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Double Qessions . . . Our 'Double Feature' 



The Class of 1981 has gone through the experience of dou- 
ble sessions for two years, and they have affected all our lives 
in a variety of ways. 

Through double sessions, the student body of Plyitiouth-Car- 
ver has been split, like the two movies you go to see at the 
drive-in. That is why we have named our yearbook "A Double 
Feature." 

Throughout this yearbook-movie, all aspects of double ses- 
sions will be seen. You will see how double sessions affect our 
school, work, and play. So, take a seat. This yearbook is your 
ticket to view double sessions and the students of Plymouth- 
Carver in "A Double Feature." 



A DOUBLE FEATURE 



QTARRING 



Seniors 

Sports 

Underclassmen 

Activities 

Clubs 

Faculty 

Advertisements 



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p. 155 
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DEDICATION 



Mr. and Mrs. Brian Morse 



Friendliness and understanding characterize these two teachers who have helped 
many students, in particular the class of 1981. They have given generously of thejr time 
and put great effort into their years of service here at Plymouth-Carver High School. 

Mrs. Morse was our junior class advisor; she helped us through our junior year to 
get us where we are today. Mr. Morse continually ranks as one of the most popular 
teachers among the students and faculty. Combining Teddy Roosevelt's looks with 
Mr. Morse's sense of humor, he'd probably make a great President. 

It is with deep appreciation that we, the class of 1981, dedicate our yearbook to 
Nancy and Brian Morse. 




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IN MEMORIAM 

Viola Ducas 

We remember you from years gone by 
The bravest of brave little girls. 
In seventh grade, you were taken from us 
And the feeling of loss is still there. 

In all these years since you've been gone 
And all the ways we've changed 
You are in our hearts and in our minds — 
Still with us after all these years. 



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m MEMORIAM 

Pam Sylvia 

It seems as though only yesterday 

we were together. 

But yesterday has gone, and so have you. 

Never will leave us, 

the memory you have given us. 

We miss you and always will. 

Please forgive us if time passes 

and_you have slipped from our minds. 

For it will only be a moment, time for us to realize we have changed 

but never enough to let us forget the ones we love. 



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Andrew Aldrovandi 

"Andy" 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Choir Practice; AMBITION: To 
be an accountant, to do my best and make it in 
this messed up world; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
Wicked, Sorry, Trome; PRIZES: Family, Friends, 
Kathy, good times, April 19th, Choir Boys. 




loseph Adamcewicz 

"loey" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with my friends; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Paula, Debbie, David; GETS THE BIGGEST 
KICK OUT OF: Mr. Gerior's Drafting class; FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION: How's it goin? SADDEST WHEN: I 
have to get up in the morning and go to school. 




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Joanne Marie Allegrini 

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HAPPIEST WHEN: Spending time with someone 
special; PET PEEVE: Lies, Waiting, Mondays; MEM- 
ORIES: May 3, 1980, Summer of 1980; PRIZES: 
Being happy. Family, good friends, good times and 
weekends!! How often we are listening to yester- 
day when today stands ready to speak. 




Timothy Aiello 

AMBITION: To succeed at whatever I do; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: Out on the weekends; PET PEEVE: 
Waiting for people; PRIZES: My Mother. 



Christopher Allen 

"Chris", "Allen", "Herbie" 
AMBITION: To become a rich businessman; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: Everybody else is happy; PET PEEVES: 
Pests, tests, zits, illness, backseat drivers, nags, 
tourists, waiting in lines, traffic jams; SADDEST 
WHEN: the car won't start, when someone slashes 
your tires; PRIZES: freedom, people who care, life, 
friends, family, respect. 




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Joseph Alves 



Kris Anderson 

PRIZES: My family (especially Mom and Dad), all of 
my buddies, my excellent taste in music, a good 
sense of humor; FAVORITE INDULGENCES: Drink- 
ing Lite beer with a straw, a loud stereo, time with 
my friends, sleeping; PET PEEVES: "the beautiful 
people," bigots, fistfights, my cynicism, 85% of the 
people at P.C.H.S., excess poundage. 




John Amiro 





Lori Ann Anderson 

AMBITION: To never forget my friends and the 
good times; PET PEEVE: saying good-bye, argu- 
ments, 12 a.m.; HAPPINESS IS: the weekend, being 
with someone special; MEMORIES: Summer of '80, 
8/29/80, the O-C, out with "the girls". Halloween 
'80; PRIZES: My family, T.B., a special friend, the 
gang; ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Rep. 4; Dean's 
Council 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; junior Prom Committee 3, 
Yearbook Staff 4, Senior Show 4. 




David Anderson 



Robin Anderson 

AMBITION: To live a life of happiness; PET PEEVE: 

Cliques, S.B., losing close friends; MEMORIES: The 

summer of "77" with D.R. and MB., times with 

Steve; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: This is true, what I 

mean; PRIZES: Steve, Mom, Dad, )ody, and my 

very special aunt Mary, 3/16/79. 

Let the disappointments pass 

Let the laughter fill your glass 

Let your illusions last until they shatter 

U/hatever you might hope to find 

Among the thoughts that crowd your mind. 

There won't be many that ever really mind. 

There won't be many that ever really matter. 




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Cecelia Andrade 

AMBITION: to be happy and fulfill my dreams; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with friends, family and dates 
(out of this school); PET PEEVE: Snobby and Preju- 
diced People; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Robby Hiller, 
Darrelle Andrade, Rachelle, Terry Lopes, )ohn, 
R.H.,D.A.,R.A.,T.L. 





Laurie Anne Arresta 

ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; 

Softball 1, 2; Cross Country 4; Tennis 3, 4; Dean's 

Council 3, 4; Leader Corps 3, 4. 

I can feel the dark, take the night. 

Apart, but then, the stars come out 

and lift my heart — 

Believing, there's a star, for everyone 

make it easier, to recall, that 

together, 

for the children of the world — There's 

a star smiling for us all. 




Richard Henry Antoniotti II 

"Rich", "Sunshine" 
AMBITION: to be a band director; MEMORIES: 
Rope, band camp, "License and registration 
please!" FAVORITE PEOPLE: G.P., B.J., E.P., M.E., 
D.D., M.P., P.B.; PET PEEVE: girls who say no! 
PRIZES: family and friends; ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 
2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Stage Band 2; Senior Show 4. 



Michael Arponen 

"Mike" 
AMBITION: to be rich; WANTED TO BUT NEVER 
DID: see the Who; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT 
OF: The Who; PRIZES: family, friends. 




Sarah Archer 

"Siper" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with Bob Rand; PET PEEVE: peo- 
ple who take advantage of other people; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: Bob R., Keith H., Beth C, Mike M.; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: Be Serious; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: To Bob — "Me and you and you and 
me, that's the way it'll always be." 





Steven Atti 

"Atticoss" 
AMBITION: to be a popular musician; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I'm with close friends having good times; 
PET PEEVE: beautiful girls who are two-faced; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: T, J, L, K, M, S.B., ).C., P.B., and 
family; MEMORIES: working at the GOVERNOR 
CARVER. 



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April Celeste Bailey 

"Pooh" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Je t'adore," OUT- 
STANDING CHARACTERISTIC: being just above a 
midget; MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT: first 
day of work; HAPPIEST WHEN: around people, 
beihg with special friends; AMBITION: to live in 
harmony with my creator. 

"More than all else that is to be guarded, safe- 
guard your heart, for out of it are the sources of 
life." 

Proverbs 4:23 





Burton Joseph Balkind 

PET PEEVE: people who have materialistic values 
on life and relate to expensive things in such a way 
so that they become a malignance in my life; 
MEMORIES: C.T., E.F. and a triple feature, fires 
with M.K.; PRIZES: 5/20/80, my first stripe, and my 
knowledge of being part of a learning experience 
at PC. (ha ha); ACTIVITIES: Varsity Football Man- 
ager 3, 4; Varsity Basketball Manager 3, 4; )V 2; Sci- 
ence and Math Club 3, 4; Graduation Usher 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff; Senior Dinner Dance Committee; 
Senior Show; United States Army Reserve 




Michael Baiboni 

"Mike" 
AMBITION: to succeed in life; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
I'm doing what I want; MEMORIES: P.W.T.P.C.B.; 
PRIZES: stereo, drums, car; ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 
3,4. 



Kelly Anne Ballo 

"Worm", "Alpine", "Ching-Chi" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I'll do it later. Chow 
Mein;" FAVORITE INDULGENCE: licorice and Low- 
enbrau; MEMORIES: summer in Italy '80; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: super family including U.N., friends, 
Wormets, Big Ladies, P, S, C, S, C; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I have eluded work. 
If you wake up and don't want to smile. 
If it takes just a little while. 
Open your eyes and look at the day. 
You'll see things in a different way 

Don't stop, thinking about tomorrow. 
Don't stop, it'll soon be here. 
It'll be, better than before. 
Yesterday's gone. Yesterday's gone. 

Fleetwood Mac 




Michael Baldini 

"Mike" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Don't worry about it;" 
AMBITION: to be successful in whatever 1 do; PET 
PEEVE: slow drivers, Monday mornings; PRIZES: 
friends, my second home; ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2, 
3, 4; Dept. of Female Investigation 2, 3, 4. 






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John Barengo 



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Lauren Barnes 

"La Laurie, Lolly" 
PET PEEVE: McDonalds arid car hoods; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Lee and Paul; FAVORITE INDULGENCE 
watching old movies; FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
"Five dollars worth of regular, please;" PRIZES 
family and grandparents; ACTIVITIES: Bowling 1 
AFS 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers' Club 3, 4; Dean's 
Council 3, Co-President 4; Bloodmobile 4; year- 
book editor 4; staring out the window 3, 4. 



Christopher Bean 

"Chris", "Beano" 
PET PEEVE: red tape, skinflints, Sunday drivers; 
OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTIC: conservative; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: How blessed is the man who 
finds wisdom. And the man who gains under- 
standing. For its profit is better than the profit of 
silver, And its gain than fine gold. ACTIVITIES: Stu- 
dent Council 4; Student Advisory Council 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Model Congress 3, 4; 
LIT Staff 4; Yearbook Staff; Latin Club 2, 3; AFS 3, 
4; Math-Science Club 4; Spaghetti Supper; Senior 
Show; Who's Who Among High School Students. 




Peter D. Barry, Jr. 

ACTIVITIES: karate, music, sailing, photography; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Jennifer and friends; PET 
PEEVE: election of 1980; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Jenni- 
fer, Keith, Laurie, Kathy, Marie, Alex, and Mr. 
Benea; MEMORIES: 10/l3/78, 3/25/80, 4/25/80; 
PRIZES: Jennifer, family, friends, good health, and 
music equipment; AMBITION: to be happy and 
succeed in whatever I do. 





Jennifer A. Benea 

AMBITION: To travel and be happy; PET PEEVE: 
5:00 A.M. and Nukes; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Vicky, 
Peter, Tracy, Karen, and Grama; MEMORIES of 
Bobby; PRIZES: life, 3/25/80, my family, friends, 
memories, that second family, and my Barry; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "Nothing survives - But the 
way we live our lives." 

lackson Brown 




Gregory Bavelock 



Jacqueline Marie Berg 

"Jackie" 
AMBITION: To live a happy and successful life; PET 
PEEVE: people who think they are better than oth- 
ers; FAVORITE PEOPLE: my family and friends; 
MEMORIES: with C.I., K.G., L.G., P.B., MA.A. and 
the summer of "80"; PRIZES: family and friends. 




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Kenneth ). Berio 

"Ken" 
AMBITION: to be a Blue Devil; MEMORIES: 1977; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Do It;" ACTIVITIES: Band 
2,3,4. 



Heidi Bjomholm 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I am with the one I love, living 
and laughing; PET PEEVES: waiting for others; 
inconsiderate and disrespectful people; PRIZES: my 
love for )im, my mom and dad, and my athletic 
abilities; MEMORIES: all that I've done with jimmy 
and my friendship with Tiffany; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
I.e., Mom, Dad, T.H., M.M., and all my other 
friends and family; AMBITION: to succeed on all 
that 1 have planned; ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 
3, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Tennis 
2, 3, 4; Senior Show; Girls Sports Association 2, 3, 
4. 





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Jeff Bishop 

"Bish" 
ACTIVITIES: partying, mechanics; AMBITION: to be 
successful; HAPPIEST WHEN: cruising with a full 
tank of gas; PET PEEVE: jocks; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
good friends; WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: race 
motocross; MEMORIES: my Camaro; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "Load;" FAVORITE INDULGENCE: 
food; FAVORITE QUOTE: "You loser;" SADDEST 
WHEN: night is over; PRIZES: my car. 





lane Bodner 




Nestor Jules Bittleman 

"Nes" 
AMBITION: to find out why I'm here; PET PEEVE: 
stagnant people, Mr. Thorsen making faces when 
I'm late, breaking up with good friends; MEMO- 
RIES: A.L.S - Maryland; P.C. Circle; Memorial Hall- 
Adventures with A.N.S.; PRIZES: close friendships 
made at P.C; ACTIVITIES: Student Council Presi- 
dent 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; LIT Staff 3, 4; 
Octopus Staff 4; Cross Country 3; Track 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 2. 

This above all: to thine own self be true. 
And it must follow, as the night the day. 
Thou canst not when be false to any man. 

William Shakespeare, Hamlet 



Anthony G. Bonannno 

AMBITION: to be healthy, wealthy, and wise; PET 
PEEVE: pies in the face, double sessions; MEMO- 
RIES: N.Y., Md., the senior year; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
skiing and sleeping late; ACTIVITIES: Class Presi- 
dent 4; Student Council 4; Model Congress 4; Golf 
3, 4; Track 3; Yearbook Staff. QUOTE: "To Will is 
a great thing, for Action and Work follow Will, and 
almost always Work is accompanied by Success. 
Will opens doors; Work passes them; and Success 
is waiting to crown one's efforts." 




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Cheryl Ann Bonito 

"Cher" 
AMBITION; Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: A.K., ).W., DM., C.H., K.I.; 
MEMORIES: P-Town for two, P-Town for four, 10/ 
17/80; PRIZES: Family, Armen, Close Friends; 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class 
President 3; Delegate to S.E.M.A.S.C. 3, Vice Presi- 
dent to S.E.M.A.S.C. 4; Girls' State 3; Softball 1, 2; 
AFS 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 
3; Future Teachers' Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Show 4; Spaghetti Supper. 



Steven Gerard Borgatti 

"Bogarti" 
AMBITION: TV/movie producer; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: H.W., M.D., G.G., AND c. of H.D.; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "Life is sweetened by the risk." PRIZES: 
family, friends, and . . . '75 F.G.T.; ACTIVITIES: '79- 
80 History film production; "Plymouth." 




Yvette Bolduc 

FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: "do it quick!! ... I love 
it!! I've heard that one before;" HAPPINESS IS: 
Being with people you care about, even if it's only 
for a little while, nighttime, going to wild parties, 
the summer and especially graduating early; PET 
PEEVE: People who can't be honest, waking up 
before the sun rises, Plymouth, and boredom; 
AMBITION: to be happy, wealthy and live some- 
where warm; PRIZES: my family, my nephew, spe- 
cial friends, a ruby from my mother, July 26, 1980, 
and special memories of the summer of 1980. 
Time has come for you and me 
To use what really sets us free 
We'll fly on wings of thoughts and dreams 
And run through times of rhymes and schemes 

— )oe Perry 





John Borghesani 







Elaine Cecelia Borgatti 

AMBITION: Computer Science; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
Mom's happy and I'm with that special someone; 
PET PEEVE: being late, people who don't use direc- 
tionals, rainy days; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: choc- 
olate; PRIZES: Family, Good friends, Happy Memo- 
ries, License; ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Ten- 
nis 3, 4; )r. Prom Comm. 3; Arch Bearer 3; Dean's 
Council 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Senior Show 4. 



Jon Boss 




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Richard Bourget 



Joseph Brennan 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2; Senior Show; AMBITION: 
To be a pilot; HAPPIEST WHEN: Skiing; PET PEEVE: 
Double Sessions; MEMORIES: "Summer of 79;" 
SADDEST WHEN: In school! 




Timothy Condon Brady, )r. 

"Tim" 
AMBITION: To have a career on the ocean; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: With that special someone, sailing, 
playing drums, soccer; PET PEEVE: Cruel people, 
double sessions; MEMORIES: Beating S. L. under 
the lights, N.Y., Toronto, and times with P.C. band; 
PRIZES: Mom, Dad, T, )on and Mary, God, friends, 
the ocean; ACTIVITIES: Band, Soccer, Basketball, 
Track, National Honor Society, Student Council 
Vice-President, A.F.S., Math and Science Club, 
Latin Club, Yearbook Staff, Senior Show. 
"This above all to thine own self be true." 

Shakespeare 





Frank Henry Brenner III 

"Frank" 
AMBITION: to be successful at whatever I do; PET 
PEEVE: Disco, 4.S., cliques, and snobby people; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: family, LP., K P , j.W , B M., 
SB., P.D., DM., S.L.; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: Aah! 




George Brennan 

AMBITION: To be a successful Sports lournalist; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with C.B.; PET PEEVE: Incon- 
siderate people, rainy days, "if;" FAVORITE 
INDULGENCE: double hot fudge sundaes with 
chocolate chip ice cream; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"One never knows Do one!" PRIZES: Family, 
friends, life, pencil and notepad! ACTIVITIES: Golf 
3, 4; Octopus Staff 4. 
"The grass is not always greener 

on the other side, 
Sometimes brown spots burn 

The dream of perfection." 

Theresa M. Meyer 



Joann Briggs 

AMBITION: To become a photographer; to have a 
happy marriage; HAPPIEST WHEN: Being with Hal 
up in the country with no worries; spending time 
with Nancy; PET PEEVE: not being with Hal; school- 
cliques; Shelly; people who always think they are 
right; MEMORIES: Kinks in Lenox Aug. 3, 4, 5 79'; 
May 5 79'; jerry's cabin in N.H.; Aug. 30 '80' (Nan- 
cy's wedding); Eagles in concert; PRIZES: Hal; my 
camera and equipment; my memories; album col- 
lection; my scrapbook; my pets. 
We loved happily forever 
So the story goes 
But somehow we missed out 
On the pot of gold 
But we'll try the best that we can 
To carry on ~ -''V'* 




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Tammy Briggs 

"T" 
AMBITION: To be a flight attendant; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I'm with MJ. and all my friends; PET PEEVE: 
Stuck up people, hangovers, Monday; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: M.)., E.W., Junior, R.L., C.B., SB.; PRIZES: 
My family, M.J., being with that special someone, 
Mathew. 





Robert Brogna 

AMBITION: To have a successful and rich life; PET 
PEEVE: People who think they are great; PRIZES: 
Stereo. 




Shelly Jean Brini 

AMBITION: To Love, Laugh, and be Happy; PET 
PEEVE: Having no money when you need it and 
people who never have enough time for others; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "I Don't Bet It;" HAPPIEST 
WHEN: Being with special friends, music, and the 
Beach; PRIZES: Mom and family, friends (especially 
E.B., L.G., McNemy kids) and strawberries; ACTIVI- 
TIES: Junior Prom Comm.; Senior Dinner Dance 
Comm.; Senior Show; Spaghetti Supper; Home- 
room Rep. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Chamber Singers 2, 3, 4. 
Tomorrow, we'll run a little bit faster. 
Tomorrow, we're gonna find what we're after, 
as last, feelings that we left in the past 
There's romance in the sunet, we're boats against 
the currents to the end 
Tomorrow . . . 

By Eric Carmen 



Anne Brown 




Richard Paul Brogna 

"Brick" 
AMBITION: To move to Santa Monica, California 
and pump iron at Cold's Gym with Arnold Schwar- 
zenegger; FAVORITE QUOTE: "No Pain, No 
Gain;" PRIZES: Weights, Car, Friends. Greatness 
comes to those that dare to sweat . . . dare to 
strain . . . and dare the pain. 





James Brown 

"Brownie" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: being with T.M.A.; PET PEEVES: 
getting out of bed in the a.m.; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
nieces and nephews; MEMORIES: "Joanne;" 
Prizes: my car. One of the real joys of my life is 
having friends and keeping in touch with them. 



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Judith Brown 

"Judy, )ude" 
AMBITION: to be a good nurse, to always be able 
to care; PET PEEVE: 2/9/80, cliques, jocks, getting 
up early, hangovers; MEMORIES: "Summertime!", 
long weekends and being with "the gang," 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Luv ya always"; PRIZES: 
family, friends and that special someone, my 
license, EYO; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 4; Future 
Nurse's Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Show; Senior Dinner 
Dance. 

"If I leave here tomorrow, will you still remember 
me?" 

"Freebird" 





Richard Bryant 

AMBITION: to become rich; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
school's out; PET PEEVE: Mondays; GETS THE BIG- 
GEST KICK OUT OF: watching people make fools 
out of themselves; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"What's up?" SADDEST WHEN: the weekend 
ends. 




Margaret Brown 

"Maggie, Maget" 
ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4 (secretary). 
I am I 

Do not change me 

condemn me, nor put me down 

accept me for what I am. 
No . . . you need not agree with me 

but accept me, for I am total in being 

I have my faults, 

I have my guilts, 

but that is who I am 
Perfect I will never be 

allow me to be uninhibited 

do not pressure me into feeling what I do not 
feel 

Accept me when I am flying high, as I have 
accepted you when you were flying high 

do not put me down . . . nor make me feel 
unhappy about me. 
I am I 

And I like being what I am 
Me. 

by unsigned 



Sandy Bryden 

AMBITION: to be successful; PET PEEVE: those 
who always look for the worst in others; MEMO- 
RIES: May 10, 1979, the pond, full moon at Missy's. 
Capecodders, M.V. Feb. vacation, the forest, talks 
with M.E., M.P., A.B., B.C., Junior Prom, Panni and 
Munchkin, Saturday nights, A.M.M.W.B.C. 




Maureen Brown 

"Moe" 
AMBITION: to live my life to the fullest and to 
always be happy; PET PEEVE: people who don't try 
to succeed in life; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Well;" 
PRIZES: Roland, Mom, Dad, and Family, Santos 
families, friends — especially D.R., D.F., A.B., L.R., 
D.S., R.A.; Mustang. 





Karen Ann Bryer 

"Patch" 
PET PEEVE: waiting, wondering and disappoint- 
ments; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: red 
lights; SADDEST WHEN: the bottle's empty; 
PRIZES: a very special family and very special 
friends (Crash, Smash, Worm, Stretch, Tucker, 
Sucker, Mrs. Swill) 

And the years that 1 spent lost in the mystery fall 
away, leaving only the sound of the drum; like a 
part of me, it speaks to the heart of me; forget 
what life used to be, you are what you choose to 
be. It's whatever it is you see, that life will become. 
Whatever it is you might think you have you have 
nothing to lose. Through every dead and living 
thing time runs like a fuse. 

— Jackson Browne 



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Lisa C. Budge 

"Chuckle" "Putki" "Gleeza" 
HAPPINESS IS: that special someone, sunsets, hav- 
ing the time to do it right; PRIZES: My guitar, family, 
and friends, especially Sue; PET PEEVE: Friendly's 
on Friday nights, CC, boring teachers, and 13 long 
years; MEMORIES: of a great year in Finland I'll 
never forget; ACTIVITIES: Representative to Hugh 
O'Brien Seminar 2, Girls Sports Club 2, 3, 5, Rotary 
International Exchange student to Finland 4, Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 5, Model Congress 3, Library Aide 2, 3, 
AFS 2, 3, 5, P, C, Eagle 5 



Deborah Butler 




Michael Burke 





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Sheryl Ann Butler 

AMBITION: to be happy, successful and always be 
able to smile; HAPPINESS IS: being with Kevin, see- 
ing Lisa, sleeping late; PET PEEVE: phoney people, 
having no money, waiting, 14 wasted months; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: KM, WL, LD. TL. AW, NR. )N, 
BP, DH, RT, G.P.; MEMORIES: lasagna with the 
Morse's; PRIZES: family, mama, 5/2/80, 10/ 11/80, 
a special ring and a special poem; ACTIVITIES: 
Class Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Yearbook Editor 4, junior 
Prom Comm. 3, Senior Dinner Dance Comm. 4, 
Spaghetti Supper Chairman 4, Student Council 3, 
4, Homeroom Rep. 2, Graduation Usher 2, 3, Sen- 
ior Show 4, Rotary 4. 

Living your life day after day. Soon all your plans 
and changes either fail or fade away . . . And I 
would turn the pages back. But time will not allow 
. . . Nothing survives — but the way we live our 
lives. 

— Jackson Browne — 




Paul Burke 

"M' Bucko" 
AMBITION: to make as much of my life as possi- 
ble: PET PEEVE: school lunches and carhoods: 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Lauren. Liedel and '•Sam"; 
GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: making people 
laugh; PRIZE: family, fnends and "81" 



Janice Butterfield 

")an" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: swimming, biking, cooking . . . 
PRIZES: my family, friends. Rusty, nature. 

THE SUN 
She rises every morning to meet the world's con- 
fusion. 

Her face glows 

as she brings warmth and light to a dark, dismal 
world. 

Sometimes she can not bear the sight. 
Hiding behind the big, fluffy pillows, 
the tears trickle down to the earth. 

I-I 





Warren Cabral 

"WAM", C "WAR", "Baker" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I party and get a mad buzz on; 
PET PEEVE: Jocks, Clicks and queers; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Glenn Littlefield, Hugh Van Heflin, and 
girls; WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: Start a serious 
food fight; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: 
Hard Rock. 



lenny Cann 

HAPPINESS IS: Timmy; FAVORITE PEOPLE: R,D., 
B.P., C.N., S.B., M.H., ).A., T.O.; PET PEEVE: being 
alone, THE ARMY; MEMORIES: Tastee Sleez, Oct. 
'80; FAVORITE EXPRESSION; "It's not the quantity, 
it's the quality." 

If you love something, set it free 
If it comes back to you, it's yours 
If it doesn't, it never was. 




Eileen Callahan 

"Tucker" 
HAPPINESS IS: graduating, snowy days, being with 
good friends, alone at the sea; AMBITION: to be 
me and be happy; PET PEEVE: people who don't 
remember how to listen; FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Come on!" 

There are places in my life I remember, 
though some have changed. 
Some forever, not for better 
Some are gone, and Some remain 

— Judy Collins 





Justine Cannon 

"I.e." 
AMBITION: To get everything I want out of life; 
PET PEEVE: nosey people, people who enjoy lying, 
cliques; FAVORITE PEOPLE: My parents, my grand- 
parents, my baby, and friends; PRIZES: My baby 
and my parents, for everything they did to help 
me; 

If you love something, set it free 
If it comes back to you, it's yours 
If it doesn't, it never was. 




Brian M. Campbell 

ACTIVITIES: weight lifting, dirt riding, stomping 
puppies; AMBITION: Civil Engineer; PET PEEVE: rot- 
ten librarians; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: 
Getting my hat blocked; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"Get out!" FAVORITE QUOTE; "Eat at Sardis." 



Sandra Carlson 




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Cathy Cardoza 





Jeanne Carson 

"Jennie, Weenie" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with joey, not fighting with Mai; 
PET PEEVE: working on weekends, crabby tourists, 
and rainy days; PRIZES: family, friends, and a spe- 
cial relationship; AMBITION: to paint a happy life. 
Though it's dark and you have traveled far 
Even long life gives you one bright shining star. 
- No night so long that you can't find the day 
No day so long that you can't find your way. 




Kerry Carpenter 



Colleen M. Catton 

AMBITION: to live a happy life, have fun; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: RM, VR, )A, LM, EC, LP, MH, RW, DC, 
AW, |C; PET PEEVE: working weekends; MEMO- 
RIES: summer of '80; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with my 
friends and favorite people. 
If I leave here tomorrow 
would you still remember me? 
For I must be travelling on, now 
'Cause there's too many places I've got to see. 

— Lynyrd Skynyrd 




Mary E. Carr 

"E., Mary-Mary, Dope, Crazy Lady" 
AMBITION: to be a pediatrics nurse, to be happy, 
have a long life; HAPPIEST WHEN: with Patrick; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Patrick, V.W., J.W., A.W., 
C.W„ T.W., B.H., AH., C.R., S.S., P.F., B.R., J.H.; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Go for it. I love it. It 
cracks me up." PRIZES: Patrick, friends, love, hap- 
piness, "the babies." 
Love is like a butterfly 
It goes wherever it pleases 
and pleases wherever it goes. 





Scott David Cheney 

AMBITION: Diesel engineer; HAPPIEST WHEN: it 
snows with C.C; PET PEEVE: no money, Plymouth, 
speeding tickets; MEMORIES: New Hampshire trip; 
PRIZES: Camaro. 



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Christopher Scott Chollman 

"Cholls" 
AMBITION: to catch a wave and sit on top of the 
world; HAPPIEST WHEN: having crazy nights after 
midnight in my Torino; PET PEEVE: The Yui<on, 
disco, burnouts, oatmeal, Mass., empty fire extin- 
guishers, COP; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh ya! 
I'm not late, you just started class before I got 
here. Awesome SWABBIWAA." ACTIVITIES: foot- 
ball, track, basketball. Senior Show, P.C. firefight- 
ers, M.A.V. 





Ann Churchill 

"'Annie" 
HAPPIEST V^HEN: skiing, sailing or driving; PET 
PEEVE: practice and M.M.M.; PRIZES: family, 
friends and Fiat Spyeder; ACTIVITIES: tennis, field 
hockey; AFS; Girls Sports Club 




Colin ]. Chromy 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: ).B., H.S., R.E.; 
Toga! Revenge!; PRIZES: Marantz; 
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 2. 



MEMORIES: 
ACTIVITIES: 



Deborah Cieri 

HAPPIEST WHEN: alone with someone special; PET 

PEEVE: nosey people, critical people; FAVORITE 

PEOPLE: Craig and Marie; MEMORIES: July 4, 1980, 

Senior year, Craig; PRIZES: family, Craig, Life, 

friends 

"If you love something set it free 

If it returns, it is yours. 

If doesn't, it was never meant to be." 




Arthur Churchill 





Joseph Clapp 

")oe" 
AMBITION: to have a lot of money; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: never; PET PEEVE: no money; PRIZES: Fam- 
ily, Friends. 



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Robert Clavin 

FAVORITE PERSON: Sandy; MEMORIES: Martha's 
Vineyard, Feb. Vacation, Egg and I; SADDEST 
WHEN: Out of money; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: 
Racquetball. 



Brian Connolly 




Pamela Commeau 

"Pammie" 
AMBITION: To be happy and Healthy; PET PEEVE: 
Rochester Road, car fires; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK 
OUT OF: D.W. falling down the hill in gym; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "This is true!"; PRIZES: 
family and friends. 





Tonl-Leigh Coolidge 

"Toni" 
PET PEEVES: physics, Mondays; PRIZES: family, 
friends, memories, Jonathan and Nicole. 
"I decided long ago Never to walk in anyone's 
shadow. If I fail. If I succeed. At least I'll live as I 
believe." 

C. Benson 




Anne Marie Conley 

"Missy" 
ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
Council 3, 4; Aeronautics club 2, 3 and Yearbook 
Committee; PRIZES: Family, friends, VW Rabbit; 
MEMORIES: 12/27/79, 6/6/80, K.A. 11/8/81, 6/ 
20/81, A.D.M.V.; PET PEEVES: curfews, restric- 
tions, and waiting 

"Call these echoes of the going-ups and coming- 
downs. Walking pneumonia and the run-of-the- 
mill madness colored with guilt, pride, and a vague 
sense of despair." 

Kris Kristofferson 



Rita Marie Coppola 

"Reedo" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: Ed's home and I'm out with my 
friends partying; PET PEEVES: cliques, jocks, school; 
MEMORIES: August 5th '78, parties with Papas' 
Gang; PRIZES: family, friends, Ed, my car. 




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Laura Corcoran 

PET PEEVE: Dome lights and people singing off key; 
GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Krissy, Bobby, 
Duck and third lunch gang; MEMORIES: Cast par- 
ties, The Briars, Ken Wood, The Man, The Rus- 
sians; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What's the Deal?" 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Theatre, Music, and 
Phone. 

"Here I am on the road again. Here I go up on the 
stage, there 1 go play star again . . . there I go . . . 
there I go, turn the page. 



Lynn Marie Costa 

"Lynnie", "S.C." 
AMBITION: To always be happy with life, to have 
a successful career in whatever i choose; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: I think of the good times, Summer 80, 
4/4/79, Parties, Graduating; PET PEEVE: Backing up 
and hitting things, tank on E and no money, EARLY 
NIGHTS (MAP); FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Where is 
the party this weekend?" PRIZES: My family (Mom 
and Dad), my car they gave me. Special people, 
I.B., ).P., L.O., G.V., B.T., DM., S.G., AND Pat C. 
You can't always get what you want but if you try 
sometime, you just might find you get what you 
need. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Rep. 2, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, 
Graduation usher 3, Dinner Dance Comm. 4, 
Rotary 4, Yearbook 4, Spaghetti Supper 4, Senior 
Show 4, Deans Council 3, 4. 




Jeffrey Cordeiro 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: R.Z., B.E., T.S., E.G., R.P., B.M., 
S.F., M.M., ).M., Y.B., S.G., K.I., C.S., D.H., BO'D.; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "PePa rouchy;" PET 
PEEVE: Two years with D.S.; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"Somf with me;" MEMORIES: Barb. B, October 9, 
1980; HAPPIEST WHEN: skiing snow blind. 





Marie Costa 

"Ree" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with friends and family, have 
money, have free time; PET PEEVE: late people, 
mornings, dishonest people, no money; MEMO- 
RIES: Oct. 6 and 9, parties, Boston, going on trips, 
Sundays; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Serious! " 




Annette Correia 

As I leave I do not worry of what I'll do or where 
I'll go. For I hold the key of life. The years we've 
shared have been great years. The years to come 
will be ones of growth. As these years come and 
go I know I will make it through. For he that is in 
me is greater than he of the world. For he is jESUS. 



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Renee Couter 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with my favorite people; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Beth, Marques; MEMORIES: 11 
/6/80; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Cheesecake!; 
PRIZES: Marques. 
You are a candle 
beneath the falling rain 
You are the child in which 
the love still remains unbroken, you shine 
amidst the pain 
Unspoken, you understand 
just the same. 

The language of friendship is not words but mean- 
ings. 

Thoreau 





Lynda Cryer 

AMBITION: to be happy and healthy, to live my 
life to the fullest; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm at the 
beach with good friends; PET PEEVE: liars; MEMO- 
RIES: of good times at W.H.B.; PRIZES: family and 
friends. 

I've seen fire and I've seen rain 
I've seen sunny days that I thought would never 
end 

I've seen lonely times when I could not find a 
friend. 

— James Taylor 




lames Crawley 

PRIZES: H.B., family, friends; ACTIVITIES: hockey 2, 
3, 4; soccer 2, 3; tennis 2, 3, 4; Senior Show. 



Janet Marie Culhane 

AMBITION: Happiness and success; PET PEEVE: 
boredom, and people who don't give others a 
chance; FAVORITE PEOPLE, Jani, "Woody", ).H., 
R.L., A.N., D.H., C.H., P.B., SB., J.S., J.D., P.D., S.C, 
D.C., P.D., L.C.; MEMORIES: summer of "80", 
W.H.B., 7/3/80, 7/4/8O, good times and B.B.; 
PRIZES: Mom, family, friends, 11/6/79, and a very 
special friend — )ani. 
Hold fast to dreams, 
for if dreams die, 
life is a broken winged bird 
that cannot fly. 

Langston Hughes 




Dorothy Ann Crociati 

"Dori" 
AMBITION: to be happy and see all my dreams 
come true; HAPPIEST WHEN: spending time with 
Dwayne; MEMORIES: 3/24/79, 7/12/79, summer 
of "80", graduation, hot summer days at the 
beach; PRIZES: family, close friends, the Jesse's, 
memories with D.F., Cramps and Marie. 





Paula Anne Curran 

"P. Curran" 
AMBITION: to find tranquility and a place to write; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: running and writing, finish line is 
in sight; PET PEEVE: the start of a race, donuts, 
waiting, Dick's Garage, pd 3; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
K.M., L.D., C.T., R.D., THE K's, Dana D., ST.J, M, F, 
family; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: people 
who throw away pennies; MEMORIES: Days gone 
by . . . My grandmother and grandfather. Times, 
the Library, Boston, Vermont, Chinese Food, 6/ 15 
/80 Cross-country 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Octopus 3, 4, Editor 4, Year- 
book Editor, Girls' Sports Club, Homeroom Rep. 



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Elizabeth Currier 

"Beth" 
AMBITION: to teach first grade and travel the 
world; PET PEEVE: rude people; cliques; and those 
who prejudge; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "C'est la 
vie; awright!" PRIZES: My family, my friends, and 
my license. 

"... I believe them when they said I must do 
things their way; they tried to cast me in their mold 
but I just had to say that I'm O.K. this way." 

- Styx 





Nicola D'Agostino 

"Nick", "Nicol" 

HAPPIEST WHEN: with Cath; FAVORITE 

INDULGENCE: eating Ice cream!!!; FAVORITE 

QUOTE: "ugh!!"; PRIZES: Cath, Friends, Bow and 

Arrows, trapping, guns, car; ACTIVITIES: Hunting, 

Trapping, Being with Cath. 




Stephanie Ann Curt 

"Steph" 
AMBITION: To live a healthy life; PET PEEVE: snobs; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: my friends and family; MEMO- 
RIES: trip with school to Washington D.C. and trip 
to N.Y. city; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What a 
bummer." 



Robert Joseph D'Ambosio, Jr. 

"Binka" 
AMBITION: professional musician; OUTSTAND- 
ING CHARACTERISTIC; shyness; ACTIVITIES: Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 2, 3, 4; District Band 3, 4; All- 
State 3. 




Jody Dachtler 

HAPPIEST WHEN: talking over old times with good 
friends; PET PEEVE: people who think they are bet- 
ter than you; FAVORITE PEOPLE: T.H., M.H., DR., 
M., D,; MEMORIES: times with AC. and Ma C; 
geometry class; summer of '80; SADDEST WHEN: 
a good movie ends and "good byes"; PRIZES: 
friends and family. 





Kathleen Dawson 



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Barbara J. Daylor 

"Barbie" 
AMBITION: to be happy; HAPPIEST WHEN: with 
family, friends, and |im; PET PEEVE: snobs; MEMO- 
RIES: of riding my horse on a cold winter day; 
PRIZES: family, friends, my ring, )im and MKO. 



Rosemary DeFelice 

"Rose" 
AMBITION: to achieve my goals and live a life of 
rarity; HAPPIEST WHEN: spending the summer on 
the beach; PET PEEVE: cliques and liars; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: friends and especially L.B., A.C., PC, C.F., 
L.R. 

There are places I'll remember all my life 
Though some have changed. 
Some have gone and some remain. 
Some forever, not for better 
All these places had their moments. 




Alan Debonis 





Lisa Joan DeGregorio 

AMBITION: to teach handicapped children; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: running; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Gumby 
(M.K.) M.C., D.O., T.D., B.F., K. McC, P.C, THE 
Cregs; PRIZES: family, "Big Digga" touch of J.G., X- 
C, memories of Daddy; ACTIVITIES: cross-co ntry 
3, 4; track 3, 4; Girls' Sports Club. 
Child is born 
with a heart of gold 
way of the world 
makes his heart grow cold. 

E.W. &F. 




Bruce DeCoste 

"Moosh" 
AMBITION: to be a playboy; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
with friends; PET PEEVE: Mr. Holton; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: my mother; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK 
OUT OF: kinky sex; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Bud- 
weiser. 



Corine dejong 

"Topolino" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I am around good kids. 
Erkomt een momemt 
waarop selfmoet beslissen 
on alleen jy kan een antwoord geven 
op de uraag naar de zin van het leven. 




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Russell J. Delaney 

AMBITION: to go to college and become a suc- 
cessful wrestler; PET PEEVE: other people making 
my mind up for me, split sessions; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: B.C., KM., and the Carver Cang; GETS THE 
BICCEST KICK OUT OF: Life, the way different 
people act; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Whafs that 
girl's name?" PRIZES: Mother, Father, brothers, 
car, and place to party; ACTIVITIES: wrestling 1, 2, 
3; Captain of wrestling 4; baseball 1; track 2, 



Anne DeOliveira 

AMBITION: to be happy in whatever I do; PET 
PEEVE: being the youngest and always having 
something come between K.W. and me; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: P.C, K.W., L.O., S.S., E.F., CM., M,K., 
R.N., T.D., C.P., C.E., L.M., C C, MP., B.C , ) S., 
B.Z., L.H., M.L., T., I.e.; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"Never go straight, go forward!" FAVORITE 
INDULGENCE: potato chips; PRIZES: "Mom:", fam- 
ily, friends, memories of special times, nights out. 




James Delisle 

"Jamie, )im" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: driving; PET PEEVE: stalling with 
others close behind me and belligerent cops; 
WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: see the "kinks"; 
MEMORIE: C.N. and Vicky; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Layoff!" 





Christine Dietlin 

HAPPIEST WHEN: with friends and at competi- 
tions; PET PEEVE: car dents, jello, little songs, and 
rain; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Laura, Brent, laney and 
the Neighborgood; MOST EMBARRASSING 
MOMENT: passing green beans the hard way; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "But I am standing up!" 
MEMORIES: 11/2/79, 6/7/80. Toronto (ID.), Hor- 
nell, football season, Badoosh-Badoosh, Playdo, 
Ten, and the sax section of 79; ACTIVITIES: NH.S. 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2; treasurer of the 
Band council 4; Homeroom rep. 2; AFS 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 1, 2; S.AC, 4; Arch bearer 3; Latin Club 4. 




Walter James Dennis 

"Denny" 
PET PEEVE: math, merges and homework; MEMO- 
RIES: B.|., Boston, April 1980; PRIZES: family, 
friends, future; AMBITION: to visit Germany; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: V.T., DR., P.K., L. P-S. B.K., 
C.E.C., C.M.,ANDC.T. 



Ann Marie Diggins 

PET PEEVE: the disease cancer, lies, the Boston 
Bruins and rumors; MEMORIES: laughing with Car- 
ole and gym class with Fernandes; SADDEST 
WHEN: I have to say goodbye to good friends; 
GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Wednesdays 
with Ma; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Mom, Angelo and 
Carole; AMBITION: to never pre-judge people. 
Thanks for the times that you've given me. The 
memories are all in my mind. And now that we've 
come to the end of our rainbow, there's some- 
thing I must say out loud . . . Goodbye." 

— Commodores 




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John Anthony DiLazzaro 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: T.T., ).M., R.H., C.W., SB., and 
J.B. 




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Barbara Doherty 

Terry, Te" 
AMBITION: to be happy in whatever I choose, to 
live in California; FAVORITE PEOPLE: A.D., E.F., 
M.K., L.D., L.O., CM., D.R., C.E., B.C., L.M., ),R., 
S.N.; MEMORIES: summer of 78 in Calif, and Ari- 
zona, good times in Hyannis with friends; FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION: "-Really? Huh?" PRIZES: family, 
friends, good times, telephone. 



James Donnell 

")im" 
PET PEEVE: Captain Carl and six in the morning; 
GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: football; MEM- 
ORIES: George (M.G.), soph, year in cafe., also 
hold Maureen, always. ACTIVITIES: football 2, 3; 
track 3, 4; Homeroom room rep. 3, 4; Junior Prom 
comm.. Senior Choir 2, 3, 4. 




Michael Doherty 





Edward Doonan 



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Robin Doyle 

"Robbie" 
HAPPINESS IS; sleeping late, summer, partying with 
friends, spending time with |.l., tall, blonde, and 
built, living every moment to the fullest; laughing, 
and memories; PET PEEVE: accidents, ALGEBRA II 
(again), hockey. The Inn, useless fights with par- 
ents, fatness, curly hair, boredom, being unem- 
ployed, rules! FAVORITE PEOPLE: |C., B.P., ).l., 
L.M., B.D., P.R., Mrs. Henry (HaHa); PRIZES: Family, 
friends, and life. 

"Now this is not the end. It is not even the begin- 
ning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the 
beginning." 





Mary Ann Driscoll 

HAPPINESS IS: Summer, the ocean, good times, 
friends, and watching dreams come true; PRIZES: 
family and old friends; MEMORIES: 12/27/78, Ski- 
ing, special week-ends, hockey games, 1/22/80, 4 
/25/8O, Bermuda (right Tricia?), and cheering; 
AMBITION: To be successful in life and to always 
be smiling; ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain 4; Track 2; Dean's Council; AFS; Senior Show; 
FAVORITE POEM: 

Can I sail through the changing ocean tides? Can I 
handle the seasons of my life? 
Well, I've been afraid of changes, cuz I've built my 
life around you. 

But time makes you bolder, even children get 
older 
and I'm getting older too. 

Fleetwood Mac 




Franziska Dreckmann 



Judy L. Ead 

ACTIVITIES: librarian's aide; AMBITION: To 
become a good physical therapist; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with people I like; FAVORITE INDUL- 
GENCE: reading; SADDEST WHEN: I see someone 
in trouble with no one helping them. 




James Drew 






Donna R. Eagles 

"Urg" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: at work and with LD.; PET 
PEEVE: M.).; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: K.W., 
and ).D.; MEMORIES: of a misty mountain in Ver- 
mont and a happy summer; FAVORITE INDUL- 
GENCE: horses! 



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Lawrence Robert Earle 

"Hondo" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Brenda, family, Tom, John Cal- 
lotti; MEMORIES: Summer of 1980 with B.j.M.; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Hey Baker"; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "To you I give my heart Always and For- 
ever; PRIZES: Brenda! concerts, and Baker Bros. 



Susan Eddy 




Cheryl Lyn Eckerd 

AMBITION: to be successful; to enjoy life; and to 
be an individual; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with 
Tommy; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Tommy, De, CM., 
A.D., E.F., T.D., M.K., N.I., OH., J.W.; MEMORIES: 
5/ 10/80, summer of '80 with Tommy, B.E,; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I can't believe I did 
that!"; PRIZES: family, friends, memories 
"If a man does not keep pace with his compan- 
ions, perhaps it is because he hears a different 
drummer. Let him step to the music which he 
hears, however measured or far away." 

Thoreau 





Donna Ellsworth 

"Princess" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Rickey; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: R.A.S., C.I., N.D., P.S., C.S.; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "Yes, I know"; ACTIVITIES: Softball 2, 3; 
AFS 3, 4; Dean's Council 4. 




Anita Eckert 



Patricia Lynne Enos 

"Patti" 
PET PEEVE: The "General's" plan, and time; MEM- 
ORIES: summer of 1980; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"But I want to"; PRIZES: family, good friends, and 
always Paul. 

"Be as a page that aches for a word which speaks 
on a theme, that is time less while the sun god will 
make for you day, sing, as a song in search of a 
voice, that is silent and the one God will make for 
your way." 

Neil Diamond 




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Ronald P. Enos 

"General" 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; AMBITION: To become an astronaut; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with my friends; PET PEEVE: 
Communists; FAVORITE QUOTE: "I shall return." 



Scott Estes 






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Lisa Marie Ezersky 

AMBITION: To go on to college, be successful, 
find a nice guy and be happy; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
dancing, a goal is fulfilled, eating, R.A.I. AT.; PET 
PEEVE: waiting, stuck-up guys, being bored, and 
having no money; MEMORIES: Weymouth, R.S., 
summer of "79 and 80", 3/ 14/80/, California, 
graduation; PRIZES: mom, family, close friends, 
Noni and Nono, memories, my determination; 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 
1; junior Prom Committee; Dean's Council; Spa- 
ghetti Supper; Monte Carlo Night Chairperson; 
Senior Show; Senior Dinner Dance Committee. 
"I wants to learn what life is for, 
I don't wants much, I just want more. 
Ask what I wants, and I will sing, 
I want everything . . . everything." 

B.S. 



Stephen Feeney 



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James Ferioli 

"Ferri" 
HAPPIEST WHEN; the good times are rolling; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Lu, Pooch, P.M.T., Wayne, Bid 
D, Jeff, Utts, and Ice Cream; GETS BIGGEST KICK 
OUT OF: Taunton at 2:00 am, Mailbox, Halloween 
'80, and Lu's applications; MEMORIES: the times, 
Jeff's Poke House, weekends and Red team; SAD- 
DEST WHEN: the least expected becomes reality; 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 





Teresa Femandes 

"Terri" 
AMBITION: to shoot for the stars and yet be able 
to accept myself if I fall short of a goal; PET PEEVE: 
racial ignorance; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "relax"; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "It is better to be hated for 
what you are, than to be loved for what you are 
not;" PRIZES: my family, my TEC experience, and 
some close friends who were there when 1 
needed them; ACTIVITIES: Softball 1, 2; Field 
Hockey 2; Track 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, (President 4); Girls' State Rep. 3; "I won- 
dered why someone didn't do something. Then I 
remembered, i am somebody ... Do what you 
can, where you are, with what you have." 




Wendy Ferioli 

AMBITION: To get as much out of life as possible 
and to own a successful fashion boutique; HAPPI- 
NESS IS: when laughter comes easy with close 
friends; PRIZES: my family, special friendships . . . 
happy memories, good times with M.J., my senior 
year, Buffy, my relationship with Joe; ACTIVITIES: 
Band 2; Tennis 2; Junior Prom Committee; Gradua- 
tion Usherette 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; DECA 4; AFS 4; 
Dean's Council 4; Senior Dinner Dance Commit- 
tee; Spaghetti Supper 4; Senior Show, Rotary Club. 



Kim Laurie Ferazzi 

AMBITION: To become enormously wealthy; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I can sleep past 7:00 a.m.; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Lisa, Steve, Sue, and forever 
Michael, Trisha; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: 
Bobby on a Friday night; MEMORIES: 9/24/77, 
HPV, C and C, S and B, "Oh the lot", S.L.; "I made 
it ma; I'll never forget you NYE." 




Robin Femandes 

"Slats, Spacey" 
ACTIVITIES: Library aide 2; Math and Science Club 
2, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Track and Field 2, 3, 4; Arch- 
bearer 3; Dean's Council 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Senior Show 4. 





Julie Ferreira 

AMBITION: to be happy and successful; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with my friends; PET PEEVE: cliques, jocks, 
and studying; FAVORITE PEOPLE: T.L., S.C, B.H., 
S.S., C,L., J.W., W.O.; MEMORIES: S.C, summer of 

'79. 



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Robert Ferris 

"Little Guy, Muscles" 
ACTIVITIES: sex; AMBITION: to be a success; PET 
PEEVE: Cliquesm disco, unemployment; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Scott, Mike, Jeff, and Glenn; Prizes; Linda; 
"Let it not be said not, that I didn't say life isn't 
easy." 





Daniel Thomas Finn 

"Hoss, Pony" 
HAPPINESS IS: Snowstorms, Manomet muff divers 
association, graduating, oldies, being with friends 
AMBITION: To become a millionaire; PET PEEVE 
People minding my business, Plymouth roads 
MEMORIES: Family, friends, Batmobile; FAVORITE 
SAYING: You're pulling my leg! 
"Breathe, breathe in the air 
Don't be afraid to care 
Leave but don't leave me. 
Look around choose your own ground 
For long you live and high you fly 
And smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry 
And all you touch and all you see 
Is all your life will ever be." 

Pink Floyd 




Elyse Feidler 

"Sammy" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: Never go straight - go 
forward! FAVORITE INDULGENCE: M.O., D.S.C., 
Spending money, and driving; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
". . . If you believe in me, I'll believe in you!" 
PRIZES: family, memories of Caummie, summer of 
'80, unicorns, my license; HAPPINESS IS: being with 
the guys; Cholls, M.L., B.L., T.B., DR., ).D., S.S., 
O.H., B and B.K., - the girls; Mo, A.D., L.M., Te, 
Babs, C.E., K.V^.; ACTIVITIES: Dean's Council 2, 3, 
4; AFS 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; French 
Club 2, 3; Senior Show; Spaghetti Supper; Sleep- 
ing; Talking. 



Carol Ellen Firmin 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: Jan; FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
What's your problem? PRIZES: Independence 
ACTIVITEIS: National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4 
AFS 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 3, 4; Future Teacher's 
Secretary 3; Archbearer 3; Math/Science Club 3, 
4; French/Spanish Club 2; Intramural Bowling 1; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Pet Peeve; History Papers. 



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Pamela Finley 

"Ram, Pamella, Matilda" 
AMBITION: to write; FAVORITE PEOPLE: L.L., P.K., 
K.W., D.L., M.C., J.H., ML., LB.; PRIZES: my family, 
my books, and my writing; ACTIVITIES: Color- 
guard 2, 3; Lit Staff 3, 4; AFS 2, 4; Octopus 1; 
Women's choir 3; Concert choir 2, 3, 4; Old Col- 
ony Choral Society 2; Leader Corps 2. 





David Edward Flaherty 

"Dave" 
PET PEEVE: Rocky Point Park, Rhode Island; galing- 
ers; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: What's up? PRIZES: 
family, friends, memories of my father; ACTIVI- 
TIES: Golf 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; French Club 2, 3; Senior Show 
4; Senior Dinner Dance 4; Student Council Rep. 3, 
4; Yearbook Staff 4. 
"Nothing ventured, nothing gained . . . 
Be not afraid to try, 

So dream big dreams, reach for the stars. 
And set your standards high. 



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Eric Flanders 

"E. F. Hutton" 
AMBITION: to start at the top and work my way 
up; HAPPIEST WHEN: soaring, skiing, scuba diving 
and hunting; PET PEEVE: physics at 7 a.m. and prac- 
tice at 8 p.m.; PRIZES: family, friends and private 
gliding license; ACTIVITIES: wrestling 2, 4; track 3, 
4; Boys' State. 



Frederick Ford 




Michael Foley 

"Mike" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm not in Plymouth; PET PEEVE: 
phonies, stupidity; WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: 
receive straight A's on my report card; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "Live and be well;" PRIZES: family 
and friends, stereo and friends. 
He who claims to know all is a fool, 
for his learning has ceased. 
He who knows naught and knows he knows 
naught is the enlightened one, 
for his wisdom will be great. 

Confucius 





Wendolyn Fomaciari 




Richard S. Foley 

HAPPIEST WHEN: on "Stairway to Heaven;" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: "Wiggly World;" MOST 
EMBARRASSING MOMENT: "Hit Me with your 
Best Shot;" OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTIC: 
"Born to be Wild;" FAVORITE QUOTE: "Come 
Sail Away" Styx; SADDEST WHEN: "Good Girls 
Don't." 



Daniel Fortier 

"Can the Man" 
PET PEEVE: having a broken ankle; AMBITION: to 
win the decathalon and be on the Olympic 
weightlifting team, win the world power lifting 
championships, go to the 'New Endland' and be a 
pro football player. 




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Scott Foster 

AMBITION: architectural drafting; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I'm with my friends; PET PEEVE: freeload- 
ers, snobs; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: babes (girls); 
SADDEST WHEN: getting up for school; PRIZES: 
my Firebird. 



Penny Marie Fratus 

"Pen-Pen" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with J.Z.; PET PEEVE: disco; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: my family, and. J.Z.; MEMO- 
RIES: summer of '80; PRIZES: my family, friends, 
and John. 




Paul Vincent Fraccaiossi 

"Freck" 
ACTIVITIES: football 1, 2, 3, captain 4; When I am 
an old man I want to look back and know that I 
explored my own abilities and pushed them to 
their limits. I want to die totally spent. 




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Mona Freeman 

AMBITION: to become a model and be happy; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with friends and partying; PET 
PEEVE: cliques, jocks and Mrs. Hebden; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: grandparents, Ralph, )asoh; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "-ing Donna H." 
Where there is honesty, 

there is understanding. 
Where there is fairness, 

there is peace. 
Where there is sharing, 

there is friendship. 
Where there is love, 

there is fulfillment. 




Susan Fraser 



Robert Warren Fry 

"Bo Bo" 
AMBITION: to be a professional clown; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I'm funny; PET PEEVE: getting up in the 
morning; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Carol Fry and Sam 
Fry; MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT: when no 
one laughs at my jokes; SUPPRESSED DESIRE: to 
make everyone understand me; GETS THE BIG- 
GEST KICK OUT OF: spending time with people; 
OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTIC: stubborn. 



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Beth Ann Furtado 

"Ralph" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "HUH?"; PRIZES: family, 
friends, memories; ACTIVITIES: Colorguard 2, 3, 4; 
AFS 3, 4; NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3, 4; Band 
Council 4; Yesterday is only a dream, tomorrow is 
only a vision, but today well lived makes every 
yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomor- 
row a vision of hope. 





Steven Gavoni 




Kathleen Obin Gallagher 

PET PEEVE: people who look down at you even 
though you're happy and proud of what you are; 
AMBITION: to go to art school and to supply my 
son, Michael with a happy, healthy, and rewarding 
life; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Michael, Hoeys, Greens, 
my family, P.A.P. and Robert; GETS THE BIGGEST 
KICK OUT OF: watching my son grow and do 
new things. 
A heart is not judged 

by how much you 
love 

but by how much 
you are loved by others. 



Lome Gayzagian 

"Guzzle" 
AMBITION: to go into the Coast Guard; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: getting paid, being with my friends; PET 
PEEVE: Monday mornings, cliques, disco; PRIZES: 
family and friends, summer nights at the beach; 
ACTIVITIES: female observation 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Hey, hey, my my rock and roll will never die. 

Neil Young 



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George Gavoni 

"Bones" 
AMBITION: to be successful in the Coast Guard; 
PET PEEVE: cliques, Plymouth; MEMORIES: partying 
with B.S.; PRIZES: family, friends. 
You can't always get what you want. But if you try 
sometime, you just might find you get what you 
need. 

Rolling Stones 




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Paula Diane Gianni 

AMBITION: to take the road of life less traveled; 
PET PEEVE: people who judge other people; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE; C, ).C., H.S., M.B., L.G., - all 
you guys, too; PRIZES: God, being alone, close 
friends, cold fall days, my car (when it starts). Life is 
worth living wherever you are, deep down in a 
dungeon or high on a star. Life is worth living, it all 
has a plan. When God knows you're giving the 
best that you can. The saint and the sinner, the 
great and the small, we are all Cod's children and 
he loves us all. So pray when you're happy and 
pray when you're blue. For life is worth living 
when God lives with you. 

(Nick Kenny) 





Robert Nelson Goddard 

"Bob" 
AMBITION: college, to succeed in life; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: Saturday nights with friends, goofing off 
with Wally; PET PEEVE: time, steaks, Barnstable, 10- 
37-80, T.L. in F.L.; PRIZES: family, friends, memo- 
ries, life; ACTIVITIES: football 1; soccer 2, 3; track 
and field 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; junior 
Prom Comm.; Senior Show. 




Robert Gill 

AMBITION: to be successful at everything I do, 

HAPPIEST WHEN: out with my friends; PET PEEVE 

people who try to ruin other people's dreams 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: people who are crazy; MEM 

ORIES: Summers of 17 and '80. 

You've seen life through distorted eyes 

You know you had to learn 

The execution of your mind 

You really had to turn 

The race is run the book is read 

The end begins to show 

The truth is out, the lies are old 

But you don't want to know. 



Lori M. Godfrey 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I know someone cares and 
understands, I'm with a special someone at the 
beach. Sagamore Highlands, Mom is happy; PET 
PEEVE: people who suppress their true feelings, 
someone not having time for me; conformists, 
making decisions, being late; AMBITION: to always 
live up to my self-expectations and to always 
appreciate the beautiful people and world sur- 
rounding me; PRIZES: love, life, Tracy, family, 
friends, a special book of poetry. The Treasure 
Chest. 

The happiness of life is made 
up of minute fractions — 
the little soon-forgotten charities 
of a kiss or smile, 
a kind look 
a heartfelt compliment . . . 

Samuel Taylor Coleridge 




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Allen W. Godin 

"The Baker" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with the other Baker and B.R.; 
PET PEEVE: disco, Mondays; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "When in doubt, whip it out; " PRIZES: fam- 
ily, friends. 



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Peter Golden 

AMBITION: to be successful after high school; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with friends partying or with 
Marie; FAVORITE PEOPLE: people who are high on 
life; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: partying with the 
best; PET PEEVE: conceited people, rainy days and 
Mondays; PRIZES: friends, family, pets, Maria. 



Catherine Gordon 




Theresa Gonsalves 

AMBITION: to graduate and become successful; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm out with friends enjoying 
myself; PET PEEVE: cliques, disco and jocks, staying 
home; FAVORITE PEOPLE: D.N., B.H., W.F., D.T., 
and D.R. and S.L,; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh 
yeah, I know," and "Really;" PRIZES: family, 
friends and my mom and dad; ACTIVITIES: year- 
book staff. 





Kenneth Gordon 

"Kenny" 
AMBITION: doing the things I want to do in life; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: graduating weekends; PET 
PEEVE: cliques, no money, MONDAY mornings; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "Give me a break, ya know;" 
PRIZES: family, friends, license. 




Brian Mark Goodwin 

"Goody" 
PET PEEVE: go go say you got to go go Godzilla 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: L.G., C.Z., L.R., B.S., L.G., D.G. 
GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Watching girls 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: chasing girls; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "Wait, I'll do it tomorrow." 



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Jennifer Grady 

HAPPIEST WHEN: sharing good times with K.K.; 
PET PEEVE: "Bruiser," Jane's complaining, Beth's 
driving; FAVORITE PEOPLE: K.K., )l.l., S,L„ B.C., 
K.H.; MEMORIES: 6/21/80, summer of 79, Xmas 
ever of 79; PRIZES: family, special friends; ACTIVI- 
TIES: AFS 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Arch 
Bearer 3; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook staff. 
I wonder what tomorrow has in mind for me 
Or am I even in its mind at all 
Perhaps I'll get a chance to look ahead and see 
Soon as I find myself a crystal ball. 

- Styx 



Kimberly Frances Griffin 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: Mom and Dad, MM., L.S., 
B.C., DP.; MEMORIES: special friends, great time in 
Va. Beach, surfing, "Jelly Bean" T.J., summer of 
'80, "Walking in the Sand," and G.S. meeting; 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: french fries and tartar 
sauce; AMBITION: to have a happy and successful 
life; ACTIVITIES: National Junior Honor Society 1, 
Junior Achievement 2, Young Life 3, Yearbook Edi- 
tor 3, 4; AFS 4, Senior Show 4. 
If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. 
If you can dream it you can become it. 

William Arthur Ward 




Christopher Greer 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: Peter, Timmy USMC, AT., B.J., 
M.O.; PET PEEVE: Sumac, headaches, ignorant 
people; SUPPRESSED DESIRE: push WiHie out of the 
plane; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: P.C.H.S., 
Meatball, people; FAVORITE QUOTE: "Climb 
high, climb far, your aim the sky, your goal the 
star." PRIZES: music, time, art. The Machine and 
my family. 

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Giobanni Grignani 

"Grignetto" 
ACTIVITIES: Theatre, basketball, playing guitar and 
singing; AMBITION: to do something intelligent; 
MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT: in a barrack of 
"Carabinieri"; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Excellent; " 
FAVORITE QUOTE: 'Words without thought 
never to heaven go! " 




Stacey Grennell 

"Stace," "Spacey," "Roxie " 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "love it!" "Tell me about 
it!" HAPPINESS IS: being with special friends, mak- 
ing people smile; PET PEEVE: waiting, accidents cli- 
ques, saying good-bye to friends; AMBITION: to 
always be close with the family, to live, love and 
always be able to smile; ACTIVITIES: Colorguard 1, 
2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Seniorshow 
Comm., Dean's Council 4, Homeroom rep 4, Sr 
Dinner Dance Comm.; PRIZES: life, my family, spe- 
cial friends . . . P.N., R.T., J.Z., R.A., D.S., K.R., K.D., 
L.C., T.S., MB., J.C, R.C. (sis), R H. (S.H.), R.W., 
Jani . . . many more, junior prom, Toronto 5/24. 



Howard Hall 

"How" 
AMBITION: to be rich; PET PEEVE: jocks, disco; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: my family, friends; MEMORIES: 
Good times with my friends; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Co for it' " 




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John Mitchell Hannah 

"Mitch" 
HAPPINESS IS: Music, Frisbee, my car; PRIZES 
album collection, concerts; FAVORITE PEOPLE 
Dave, Don, Mike, )ohn. Tammy, Ray, )ody, lack 
QUOTE: Rock bands will come and rock bands 
will go, but rock and roll will go on and on forever. 





Eugene Harriman 




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Beth Harrington 

AMBITION: make it through college and do the 
best at whatever lies ahead; HAPPIEST WHEN: I 
have money in my pocket and gas in the car; PET 
PEEVE: trying to get up at 5:00 a.m., and then try- 
ing to stay awake during World Lit.; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: What?!? PRIZES: my family and all my 
buddies. 




Nancy Elizabeth Harlow 

"Nan" 
PET PEEVE: 6th period; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
Whatever; FAVORITE QUOTE: Thank Cod It's Fri- 
day; ACTIVITIES: Dean's Council 1, 2, 3 Future 
Teachers Club 2, 3, A.F.S. 1, 2, 3 Science-Math 
Club 1,2. 





Terry Hartley 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: Renee Cooter, |an Butterfield, 
Katie Keay and Karen Nagle; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
swimming 500 yd. Freestyle; AMBITION: to be 
happy with whatever I decide to do; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: Hi, how are you? SADDEST WHEN: 
taking final exams. 



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David Edward Harvey 

"Harv" 
AMBITION: To play professional hockey, to 
become rich and to achieve the most out of life I 
possibly can; PET PEEVE: (Women drivers), people 
who talk about other people, and people who 
think they're better than everyone else; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: L.O., B.Q., S.C, ),C., B,P„ W.L., ).L.; 
PRIZES: family, friends, life van, M.H., memories, 
the ocean; ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 
2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Room Rep. 4; Senior 
Dinner Dance 4; Senior Show. 





Donna Haverty 

AMBITION: To help make this world a better place 
to live in; PET PEEVE: mowing the lawn on Saturday 
mornings, with a hangover; WANTED TO BUT 
NEVER DID: SOME, with T.S.; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "Variety is the spice of life."; PRIZES: 
Mother, family, friends. 

"Children of tomorrow live in the tears that fall 
today. 

Will the sunrise of tomorrow bring in peace in any- 
way. 

Must the world live in the shadow of Atomic fear. 
Can they win the fight for peace or will they disap- 
pear, 

So you children of the world listen to what I say. 
If you want a better place to live in, spread the 
word today. 

Show the world that love is still alive you must be 
grave, 

Or you children of today are children of the 
grave." 




William Harvey 

"Harv" 
AMBITION: graduate from 4 years of college; PET 
PEEVE: having no gas; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT 
OF: D.W.; PRIZES: family, friends, the "boat"; 
ACTIVITIES: Golf 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Senior Show. 



Michael Hayes 

"Doc," "Dr. Weasy" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: Everything is going good; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: B.B., B.B., L.W., T.H„ D.H., 
K.W., K.P., OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTIC: 
always laughing; FAVORITE QUOTE: "Oh, my 
goodness"; PRIZES: Car, motorcycle, girlfriend, 
and stereo. 



Robin Hillary Hassan 

"Ribborf' 
AMBITION: to be a nurse and to be happy; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: I'm with Rob; PET PEEVE: prejudice, cli- 
ques, and fights; FAVORITE PEOPLE: R.W., S.L., 
K.H., F.S., S.M., S.M., SUPRESSED DESIRE: To have 
a food fight in cooking; PRIZES: Scubadiving, 
moped, skiis, peppie Romimel, Shandan, and Fat- 
boy, sleep, weekends, Rob, family. Miss you Dad! 



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Scott Michael Hennessey 

HAPPIEST WHEN: at a concert, with friends: PET 

PEEVE: Disco; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: Long Live 

Rock; PRIZES: Friends, Family, Fender. 

"Well 1 know it's hard for you to know the reason 

why. 

And 1 know you'll understand more when it's time 

to die. 

Don't believe the life you have will be the only 

one. 

You have to let your body sleep to let your soul 

live on." 

Black Sabbath 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2; Homeroom Rep. 3, 4. 



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leanne Kathleen Heppner 

"leannie", "jean", "Beans" 
AMBITION: to be happy, and successful; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: Playing tennis, I'm with family and friends; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Happy, Friendly, )im, Michele, 
Tammy, Mom; SADDEST WHEN: saying goodbye; 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 4; Senior 
Show; Concert Choir 4; Dean's Council 3, 4; Lit 4; 
"My friends always follow your dreams, whatever 
they may be, wherever they may take you. 
Because this chance may never come upon you 
again, for you are young, strong, and vivacious. 





Russell Higgins 

"Raoul" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Cherrie; PET PEEVE: 
Getting up for school; MEMORIES: May, 1979; 
PRIZES: My family and C.S. 




John William Herman 

"Bird", "Herm" 
PET PEEVE: Deadlines, waking up at 5:00 A.M.; 
PRIZES: Friends, Family; HAPPINESS IS: No home- 
work. Having the car; AMBITION: To travel 
around the world while I'm rich enough to afford 
it, and young enough to enjoy it; ACTIVITIES: 
A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Drama 3; Golf 3; Senior Show; Year- 
book Staff; Spaghetti Supper; Lit 4; Rotary Club 4. 



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David Hobson 

"Hobbie" 
AMBITION: Not to have any ties, be the best at 
whatever I do; PET PEEVE: Lazy People, Slow Driv- 
ers, Mondays; SUPPRESSED DESIRE: To Live on an 
Island and work with the sea; PRIZES: family, 
friends, 71 Dougar; ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3; 
Hall and Courtyard Observation 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Richard E. Holmes 

"Herk" 
AMBITION: Navy-operating Engineer; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: Hunting, fishing, or searching . . . PET 
PEEVE: Mondays, cliques, disco; PRIZES: gun collec- 
tion, women, motorcycles. 




Marsha Jeanne Holman 

"MJ." 
AMBITION: To be happy and live life to the fullest; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Kevin, Tammy, and 
friends; PET PEEVE: Cliques, jocks, and people who 
think they're better than others; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: Kevin, Tammy, C.N., C.C, R.C., M.S.; PRIZES: 
family. Tammy, K.P.C. 

"Make a wish and dream a dream, no matter how 
unreal they may seem 

Tomorrow's beautiful and new and filled with 
dreams that will come true." 





David Helton 

AMBITION: To make millions; HAPPIEST WHEN: I 
have money; PET PEEVE: Neighbors, Homework, 
Rainy Saturday Nights; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK 
OUT OF: Raising Hell; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: 
Molson Golden Ale; PRIZES: gun, boat, the car I 
never had. 




Michael Holman 



Richard B. L Hood, Jr. 

"Rick," "Ricky Dixie-Boy" 
AMBITION: To become a music teacher; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: Mrs. and Mr. T., ).D., Kevin, jannie; 
MEMORIES: )r. Prom, Matchmaker, South Pacific, 
Music Concerts; PRIZES: Parents, Music, Confeder- 
ate Flag; ACTIVITIES: Choir 2, 3, 4; Pres. Choir 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, Section Leader 3; Chamber Singers 4; 
Drama Club 3, 4; Student Director 4; Men's Cho- 
rus 3, 4; Music Theory 3, 4. 




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Owen Hooley 

AMBITION: to go into business; HAPPIEST WHEN: 

On a B.C.; PET PEEVE: short summers 

"It matters not how straight the gate, 

How charged with punishments the scroll, 

I am the master of my fate, 

I am the captain of my soul." 

William Ernest Henley 





Karen M. Howard 

"Skunk" 
AMBITION: To teach art; PET PEEVE: cliques, jocks, 
fights (right K.D.); FAVORITE PEOPLE: N.M., DP., 
K.D., T.F., R.H., B.R., |.A., R.B., PRIZES: family, 
friends, memories, summer of 79, art work. 




Tracy Norton 

AMBITION: Co across country, be a beautician; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with friends and family and 
have a full tank (even half); PET PEEVE: hardware 
stores and people who take things for granted; 
MEMORIES: Geometry class, summer of '80, spe- 
cial times with friends; SADDEST WHEN: saying 
goodbyes, losing someone close; ACTIVITIES: 
Homeroom Rep. 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
AFS; Library Aide; Senior Show. 



Lawrence Howard 




Janice House 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with the people I love; PET 
PEEVE: prejudice; FAVORITE PEOPLE: S.C, B.H., 
R.P., S.G., T.B., D.W., H.M., A.M., D.W., D.H.; 
MEMORIES: Summer of "80"; SADDEST WHEN: 
people argue and fight; PRIZES: family and friends. 





Karl Hughes 

AMBITION: To be successful in life; PET PEEVE: 
People that drive slow; MEMORIES: 6/1/8O; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "What's up?"; PRIZES: friends, 
family, Monte Carlos and Mustangs; ACTIVITIES: 
Soccer 1. 



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Sherrie Hughes 





Karen Ingalls 

AMBITION: to always be healthy and happy; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: with Stepehn; PET PEEVE: being lied 
to; FAVORITE PEOPLE: SB., K.C., Y.B., C.B., MM., 
and Mom; PRIZES: family and friends; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "Give me a break!" 




Nelida Ibarra 

AMBITION: to be happy and the best at what I 
choose to do; HAPPINESS IS: being with someone 
special; FAVORITE PEOPLE: ).l., R.L., ML., T.C., 
C.E., M.S., A.K., R.P., I.M.; MEMORIES: 12/25/78, 
A.B., 1/5/79, summer of '80, IO/4/8O; PRIZES: 
family, friends, and memories; ACTIVITIES: Home- 
room Rep. 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee; Dinner 
Dance Committee; AFS 2, 3, 4; Senior Show; Spa- 
ghetti Supper. 



Jane Ellen Ireland 

AMBITION: To make the most out of life and to be 
happy; PET PEEVE: "Bruiser", I.A., no SC/BR, wait- 
ing for )en, "K" when it's windy; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: ).G., K.K., S.M., C.R., S.L., BE., N.R.; MEMO- 
RIES: summer of '79, Fairhaven, 4/20-25/80, 10/4 
/80, IO/24/8O; PRIZES: family, being with special 
friends, "M", and memories; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee; Band 1, 2, 3; Arch- 
bearer 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Deans Council 4; Sen- 
ior Show. 

"The good times are the best times. 
The bad times fade away. 
The good times are forever; 
And now the last time is today." 

. Ceils 




Catherine Miff 

"Cath," "Katz," "Cathy" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: Nicky's around; PET PEEVE: Do 
you want a joint, let's get high; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
Nicky, Donna, Rickey, and all my friends; PRIZES: 
Nicky, my happiness, friends, and family. 





Scott Jackson 



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Mikael Jeppson 



Deborah Johnson 

"Deb, Dimples" 
AMBITION: to be happy and to make something 
of myself; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with that special 
someone; PET PEEVE: People that think that they 
are better than anyone else; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"Aw C'mon, please"; PRIZES: family, memories. 




Charles Jesse 





Richard Johnson 

AMBITION: to be successful and to be happy; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with K.R., and when with the 
Plymouth Quincy Bears; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"sick puppy"; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Olympic 
Weightlifting; ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 4; Football 
1, 2; Cross Country 3; Latin Club 2, 3. 




Todd Jesse 



Jennifer Elizabeth Joe 

"Jenny, )en" 
AMBITION: to become a rich successful doctor; 
HAPPINESS IS: smiles, laughter, no school, ice 
cream, chocolate, extra long weekends; PET 
PEEVE: homework, reports, being confused, finals, 
pimples, and ignoramuses; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Okey doe, right;" ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1, 2; 
AFS 2, 3, 4; French-Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Math/Sci- 
ence Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. 




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Bardia Kalantari 

"Ayatollah" 
PET PEEVE: seeing people making fun of someone 
else; MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT; When I 
said a joke and no one laughed; WANTED TO 
BUT NEVER DID: )ump out of an airplane; FAVOR- 
ITE QUOTE: "The enemy of my friend is my 
enemy too." ACTIVITIES: Soccer 4; AFS 3, 4. 



Anne Marie Keefe 

PET PEEVE: possessiveness, rain, T.M.'s; FAVORITE 
INDULGENCE: C.C. cookies; MEMORIES: East Den- 
nis 79, July '80, "Good game" peach, sandwich, 
good times, hawkplace #11; PRIZES: family, holi- 
days, the gang, M.A.M.; ACTIVITIES: Track 2; AFS 
3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Dean's Council 4; "If you 
love something set it free, if it comes back to you, 
it is yours forever, if not, it never v^'as." 




Barmac Kalantari 

"Barmade" 
AMBITION: pilot; HAPPIEST WHEN: you are with a 
girl; PET PEEVE: snobby people; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
DR., D.B., E.F. 





Maureen Kelly 

"Mo, Little N." 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: B.N., E.F., A.D., CM., C.E., 
T.D., B.Z., K.W., B.P., B.K., T.B., H.H., OH., ML., 
C.C, T.A., S.S.; MEMORIES: Special times with my 
friends, 7/21-22/80; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Hot 
fudge sundae with little nuts; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"Never go straight, go forward"; PRIZES: family, 
friends, widget, my kangaroos, my license, my Pat 
Benetar albums. 




Kathleen D. Keay 

"Kracker, Katy" 
PET PEEVE: missing the bus; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
less, A.D.C., ELSA; MEMORIES: December 79; 6/ 
19/80; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Calm yourself!" 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: cheese popcorn; ACTIV- 
ITIES: AFS 4. 



Eric Kendall 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm out having a good time with 
friends; PET PEEVE: telephone poles. Rocky Point 
Park; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Thank me!" 
PRIZES: family, friends, class of "81"; ACTIVITIES: 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 




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Michael Keohan 





Daniel Steven King 

"Dan" 

AMBITION; to be happy wherever I go and 

whatever I do; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Off me," 

PRIZES: family and good friends; ACTIVITIES: 

Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 
"Time doesn't wait for me it keeps on rolling." 

— Boston 




Patrick Keohan 

"Trick, Keo, Coke" 
AMBITION: to be president in 2004; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: shooting Hoop down Stephen's Field with 
no wind; PET PEEVE: twin brother, Chris Bean, 
Ronald Reagan; SADDEST WHEN: Ted Kennedy 
lost the nomination, when R. Reagan was elected. 



Barry Lee Klerstead 

"Sponge, Kiddo" 
AMBITION: to be successful and happy; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: the weekend is here; PET PEEVE: work, 
running out of gas; FAVORITE QUOTE: "Fisher- 
man get scrod every day"; PRIZES: family, friends, 
skiing, license, boat. 



Kristine Knapp 

HAPPINESS IS: sunshine, a smile, friendship with 

).G.; PET PEEVE: busy signals, waiting, and Jane's 

brush!!; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: driving on 

sidewalks; MEMORIES: summer of 79, 12/24/79, 

Hull 1980; PRIZES: family, friends, my poems, 

memories; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 

4. 

"I'm sailing away 

Set an open course for the 

Virgin Sea 

For I've got to be free 

Free to face the life that's 

ahead of me." 

Styx 






Paula Krabisch 

AMBITION: to go to college and be happy; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: with family, friends, and Paul; PET 
PEEVE: Ignorant people; FAVORITE PEOPLE: PR., 
K.I., C.L., M.G., MEMORIES: Summer of 79 and 80; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, God!" 



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Elizabeth Krueger 

"Beth" 
AMBITION: to live a long full life and travel the 
world; PET PEEVE: 5:30 a.m., people who don't 
use directionals; WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: ski 
the Alps; PRIZES: friends, family and freedom; 
ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 3, 4. 





Michael Charles LaGambina 

"Bingo, Geek" 
AMBITION: to be successful at whatever I do and 
have lots of money; HAPPINESS IS: Pay day; PET 
PEEVE: Old women drivers; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
S.H., R.O.; PRIZES: PS. #27, license, family, friends. 




Peter Kuhn 



Lynn LaGreca 




Thomas Kuja 





Kelly Laine 

"Kell" 
AMBITION: to be happy and successful; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with my friends; FAVORITE PEOPLE: D.H., 
A.W., LP., I.B.; MEMORIES: Dudley, family, 
friends; PRIZES: Family, friends; ACTIVITIES: Track 
2; Majorette 1. 



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Eugene Lane 

"Geno" 
AMBITION: to get through college and be rich; 
PETE PEEVE: slow drivers; FAVORITE PEOPLE: T.G., 
).)., Cathy L., M.G., B.).; PRIZES: family, friends, and 
good times; ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Bryan Lauzon 




Michael ]. Lapsley 

Flipper" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: V.O.V.O F.N.; PET PEEVE: play- 
ing pinball and swimming; PRIZES: family, friends, 
and the boat. 

"In every man's garden there lurks a hidden tiger, 
ready to devour him," 

Julius Caesar 





Douglas R. Lauzon, Jr. 

"Clug Glug" 
AMBITION: to be the best broadcaster around; 
PET PEEVE: snotty people, Kevin's driving; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: K.W., C.A., C.P., R.P., P.C, A.Z.; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Whatta wanna do ton- 
ite?" "Here comes the geek;" PRIZES: family, 
friends, 72 caprice and Bandit; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 
3, 4; Girl watching 3, 4. 




Mary Ellen LaRosee 

AMBITION: to always be happy with )oe; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: with Joe; PET PEEVE: lies; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE; family, Joe, and his family; MEMORIES: 
Summer of 80, 6/14/80, 7/26/80, l/ 10/81; 
PRIZES: Joe and our "house". 
"You run and you run to catch up with the sun but 
it's sinking. 

Racing around to come up behind you again. 
The sun is the same in a relative way, but you're 
older. 
Shorter of breath and one day closer to death." 



Sandra Lynne Lawrence 

"Sandy" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Vin, close friends, and 
family; PET PEEVE: waiting, being aggravated, and 
DISCO; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Keep dreamin' 
Sweetheart!" 

"I have no riches but my thoughts and memories, 
yet these are wealth enough for me." 




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Cheryl LeBlanc 



Robert V. Leeman, Jr. 

"Rob", "Bob", "Bobby" 
AMBITION: to be an airline pilot; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
pumping iron at the gym; PET PEEVE: surprise 
quizzes; getting up early; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
NANCY ROBERTS, E.R., R.B., B.M., R.S., and 
friends; FAVORITE QUOTE: "What?" SADDEST 
WHEN: 1 lose someone that I care about, N.R.; 
PRIZES: memories of summer of 80, family friends. 




James LeBlanc 

AMBITION: to find pleasure in whatever I do or 
am doing; HAPPIEST WHEN: skating or skiing, on 
either wate- or snow or even with a little hit of 
snow; PET PEEVE: Soph, year — Mrs. Leonardi, 
junior year — Mrs. Colley, senior year — Ms. 
Johnston; MEMORIES: 1963 to the present; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "No way!" ACTIVITIES: 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3, 4; Senior Show. 





Steven LeRoux 

"Steve" 

AMBITION: to become successful at whatever I 

choose to do; HAPPIEST WHEN: with my friends; 

PET PEEVE: cliques, no money; Prizes; family, close 

friends. 




Jeffrey Lee 



B.P., 
"My 
Inn, 



Wendy Lewis 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: L.O., W.F., R.T., D.H., 
T.S., K.M., B.K.; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
mother said . . ." MEMORIES: Tide Water 
Prom, Year 79; PRIZES: family, David C. 
"With each rolling wave, 
and each setting sun, 
to reminisce about our past, 
causes our hearts to run." 

D.C. 
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 3, 
4; Vice Pres. Future Teachers 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3. 




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Douglas Libro 

"Doug" 
AMBITION: to be good at what I do; PET PEEVE: 
people who think they're better than others and 
DISCO; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: spending 
money; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Rock n ron and 
friends; PRIZES: Tracy. 





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Maria Loima 

AMBITION: to be a reporter, to always be happy; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: being with friends, and having a 
good time; FAVORITE PEOPLE: FD , S.F , V.P , 
MB, PR, CM, D B , FD , C )., PS., S.V , M.H., 
M K ; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: I don't know, I don't 
care; SADDEST WHEN: people make me wait and 
I feel like a fool; PRIZES: my year in U.S.A., both 
families, new and old friends, summer '80, N.Y., 
working in Valamo, good friends at Halloween, 
Richard and Nancy, walks, good music like Led 
Zeppelin 

"There are places I remember all my life, 
though some have changed Some forever, 
not for better, some have gone and some remain. 
All these places had their moments, 
with friends I still can recall." 

Lennon-McCartney 




John W. LiFrieri, Jr. 

"Blowie, Bibbs, Frenchie, Warriors" 
PET PEEVES: No money, no parties; AMBITION: to 

be rich; FAVORITE PEOPLE: family, friends; 
MEMORIES: 10/31/80, Fourth of )uly, totaled car. 



Timothy Edwin Long 

'Tim" 
AMBITION: to play pro soccer in England; PET 
PEEVE: burnouts, drugs, and losing; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Brian, "T", Laura, Wendy, Sheryl, Free, 
)oe C, Lale, Shelly, Al, Mr. Souza, the Boss; MEM- 
ORIES: good times I had with friends, and my 
grand parents; PRIZES: family, friends, and MITRE; 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys' State 3; Junior 
Prom Committee; Breakfast 3, 4; Boys Sports Club 
3, 4; Rotary Club, Senior Show. 




Glenn Littlefield 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with friends and family; PET 
PEEVE: being bored; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: 
rock and roll; MEMORIES: summer of 80; SAD- 
DEST WHEN: I get up for school; PRIZES: life, fam- 
ily, friends. 





Karen Lopes 

"Carrie" 
AMBITION: to go into Public Administration; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Mom, Earl, Kim, Donna, Kath, 
Debbie, ).B.; PRIZES: godchild. Dawn and friends; 
ACTIVITIES: Pres. Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Secre- 
tary Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; Class Rep. 3, 4; Blood- 
mobile 4; AFS 2, 4; Usherette 2, 3. 
"I shall be telling this with a sigh. 
Somewhere ages and ages hence, 
two roads diverged in a wood, and I 
I took the one less traveled by. 
And that has made all the difference." 

Frost 



Stacey Lopes 





Christine Lord 

"Mai", "Sam" 
AMBITION: to go through college successfully, 
and to own my own clothes boutique; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with Michael; PET PEEVE: jealousy and 
anger; MEMORIES: The Mannequin Hunt with C.P. 
and The Case of 55 cases with C.P. and P.K.; 
PRIZES: Michael, my family, and friends; ACTIVI- 
TIES: DECA, AFS, Dean's Council 2. 




Terri Lee Lopes 

"Lopey, "T" 
PET PEEVE: ignorant people and snobs; MOST 
EMBARRASSING MOMENT: cousin Boopy busted 
me in a wild situation with R.D.; MEMORIES; Octo- 
ber 31, 1980; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, no!" 
PRIZES: family, friends, T.M., R.B., D.G., D.A., R.A., 
B.S., R.D., B.C., C.)., S.M., D.M., ).A. 



James Lunetta 

"Lu" 
PET PEEVE: KMB; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Ferri, Pooch, 
P.M.T., Utts, and "D"; HAS BEST TIME WITH: Ferri 
and Pooch; HAPPINESS IS: K.K.M.B.; ACTIVITIES: 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Ralph Lopez 

"Butch, Lope" 
AMBITION: to be successful and happy at what I 
choose to do; FAVORITE PEOPLE: ).P., |.S., L.M., 
L.C., C.P., B.T., ).M., Goo; WANTED TO BUT 
NEVER DID: Do a donut on the soccer field; MEM- 
ORIES: Florida, California, Switzerland; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "My mother!" FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"Life is like . . .:" SADDEST WHEN: The sun is not 
shining; PRIZES: the Lord, 71 Cougar, family, 
friends. 





Michael Lyons 

"Mike" 
AMBITION: to be rich, and to live a long life; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: with friends on weekends; PET 
PEEVE: Mr. Holton and main office; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Nancy N., Stacey G.; PRIZES: family, 
friends, new nephew and P.N. 



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Patricia Lyons 

"Tricia, Brutus" 
PETE PEEVE: snobby people, the "woman" and 
her "mother"; MEMORIES: Alpine ski racers, 
favorite foursome, worms; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Read my mind!; PRIZES: Mom, family, 
friends, (esp. Spot, Lissy, and Cumby), memories; 
ACTIVITIES: Field hockey 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 4; Mgr. 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4; 
Homerm. Rep. 2; Senior class rep.; Junior Prom 
Committee; Dean's Council 4; AFS 4; Senior Din- 
ner Dance Committee, Senior Show. 



Jean Marie Maguire 

AMBITION: to work in the medical field; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: skating and when with friends; OUT- 
STANDING CHARACTERISTIC: my laugh; MEMO- 
RIES: Toronto '80 ()en Drew), football season, 
summer '80; PRIZES: family, friends; ACTIVITIES: 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future 
Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 2; Senior Show. 




Richard Bruce MacVarish 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 
2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 
"There is no formula that will open the magic door 
to the assertion of one's own uniqueness. There 
are only suggestions. The truth is that not to try is 
not to live." 

Tom Sullivan 





Jim Maguire 

Jimbo, Bimbo" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: STWTOIL, when I'm with peo- 
ple; PET PEEVE: Physics, 5:15 alarm; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Debra Deming, Mom and Dad; PRIZES: 
Deb, Shamous, good friends, good times, health, 
family. "Today is the first day of the rest of your 
life, so make it good." 




Eileen Maguire 



Christine Mahon 

"Chris, Cream" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: D.M., J.S., S.M., L.C., CO., 
A.D., E.F., T.D., C.E., L.M., M.K., M.P., K.P., H.M., 
and my very special friends T.S.; MEMORIES: sum- 
mer of '78, WHBC, P.R., times with my close 
friends; PRIZES: family, friends, memories, rain- 
bows, and always to be able to smile; ACTIVITIES: 
Dean's Council 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; AFS 2, 3, 4; Foreign Language Club 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee. 
"No matter if you're born 
To play the King or pawn 

For the line is thinly drawn 'tween joy and sorrow 
And I must be 

What I must be and face tomorrow. 
So I'll continue to pretend 
My life will never end 
And flowers never bend with the rainfall." 




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Richard Maitland 



Stephanie Mansfield 

"Steph" 
HAPPINESS IS: sunny days, concerts, walks on the 
beach, "freedom"; AMBITION: to be the best at 
whatever I do in life; PET PEEVE: cliques, rainy Sun- 
days, inconsiderate people; MEMORIES: ).M. AND 
C. n, summer of 79, C-Club C.B. and S.; PRIZES: 
family, friends, C.N,, CM., G.T., and B.P. 
"If I leave here tomorrow 
Would you still remember me. 
For I must be travelin' on now 
cuz there's so many places I've got to see 
but if I stay here with you now 
things just couldn't be the same. 
Cuz I'm as free as a bird now 
and this bird you'll never change." 

Lynyrd Skynyrd 




Robert Malone 

"Bob, Mugsy" 
PET PEEVE: age limits, speed limits, mornings, and 
Wolfgang; FAVORITE PEOPLE: ).A., B.H., S.M,, 
CM., G.C, L.C, D.H., K.A., E.P., and fifi; SUP- 
PRESSED DESIRE: to be a drummer; MEMORIES: 
summer of ip, 73 satellite, cast parties; PRIZES: 67 
Camaro, family, friends, the coolers. 




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Susan Marchand 

AMBITION: to be successful; PET PEEVE: lateness; 

MEMORIES: of White Horse Beach; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "A friend is worth all hazards we can run 

). Stone 
PRIZES: family and friends; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 4; 
Pres. 3; Basketball 2; Homeroom Rep. 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 




Robert W. Maloney 

"Bob" 
HOBBIES: hunting, dirt biking; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
with friends; PET PEEVE: waiting for people; SAD- 
DEST WHEN: Dad's car breaks down. 



John Marques 




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Gregory Charles Mathis 

AMBITION: to become a )ournalist; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with people I like; FAVORITE PEOPLE: easy 
going; MEMORIES; Kinks concert of 1980; ACTIVI- 
TIES: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer. 
"You can't always get what you want, but if you 
try sometimes, you just might find, you get what 
ya need." 

Mick jagger 




Emily Marshall 



Luis Matienzo 

"Loui" 
AMBITION: to stay with Karen, to succeed; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: being with Karen D.; PET PEEVE: the 
town of Plymouth, homework, )unk food. Silver 
Lake, the Army; MEMORIES: summer of 80, 8/16/ 
80, 8/17/80, 1/1O/8I; PRIZES: family, Karen, 
drums. Life. 




Joseph Marvelli 

"joe, Blowie" 
AMBITION: to be rich; HAPPIEST WHEN: with 
friends; PET PEEVE: slow people; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: friends; WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: 
HSWY; PRIZES: family, friends, and weekends. 





Stanley Mazalewski 

"Stan" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm out in my boat with a crowd 
partying; AMBITION to become a commercial lob- 
sterman; PET PEEVE: rules, nosey people; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: pretty girls; FAVORITE SONG: Born to 
be Wild; PRIZES: my boat, very special friends like 
loan O., T.C., PC, G.T., LT., Maz, Woody; ACTIVI- 
TIES: Hockey 1, 2. 



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Laurie Ann McCarthy 

"Laur, Lou, L.L." 
AMBITION: to fulfill all of my goals in life; PET 
PEEVE: telephone poles, I.A., 9/28/80, librarian; 
MEMORIES: T.N.C.A.M.S.U.A.N.WJ.A.C.M., 

D.V.A.S.C.W.C; PRIZES: family, friends, mustang, 
'look to this day 
Yesterday is already a dream, 
and tomorrow is only a vision. 
But today well-lived, makes every yesterday a 
dream 

of happiness and 
every tomorrow a vision of hope." 





Donna Marie McLoud 

AMBITION: to get through college; PET PEEVE: 
truck drivers, no money, and power brakes; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Ask me if I care?" MEM- 
ORIES: summer of 79, Florida 1980, friends, Dena, 
David, R.N., A.B.; PRIZES: family and friends. 




Susan McCarthy 



James McCormack 

")im Baker" 
AMBITION: to be successful in life, to love, and to 
find my place under the sun; PET PEEVE: big peo- 
ple; talkin' to Mr. Holton a 7:00 in the morning, 
when my locker won't open, and rainy days; HAP- 
PINESS IS: being with friends who make you laugh 
(the Bakers), knowing that your company is wel- 
come; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Beer and pizza; 
PRIZES: family, Pudg, and friends. 




William McCarthy 





Brenda McDermott 

"Macky", "Tiger" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Lonnie, Mom and Dad, neigh- 
borhood and city buddies, Linda Custer, )ohn Gal- 
lotti, Peggy Orosz, family; OUTSTANDING CHAR- 
ACTERISTIC: to be different from everyone else!!!; 
MEMORIES: class of '80; ALSTEAD, summer of '78 
and '79; Dagmar; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Check 
it out!"; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Pina Colada, 
Ruffles, luicy Fruit. 



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Frank McDonald 



KATHLEEN McGRATH 

"K. McG." 
HAPPIEST WHEN: running; FAVORITE PEOPLE: P. 
Curran, Lys. D., T.C., C.N., Hag's; GETS THE BIG- 
GEST KICK OUT OF: Digga D., M.K.; PRIZES: J.T. 
Aug. '80, my family. 
Oh mirror in the sky — What is love? 
Can the child within my heart rise above? 
Can I sail through the changing ocean tides? 
Can I handle the seasons of my life? 

— Fleetwood Mac 




Michael McDonough 

''Mike" 
AMBITION: to be a business executive; PET PEEVE: 
cliques, snobby people, dentists, car accidents; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: S.M., B.M., D.P., L.T.; FAVOR- 
ITE QUOTE: "BAHAHA", "No Mind;" PRIZES: Fam- 
ily, friends, girls. 





Laura Jean McGrath 

PRIZES: my mother and my father and my sisters; 
MEMORIES: the time in Toronto when Jennifer 
Drew and Sally saved me from Tom and Daryll; 1 1 
/30/79; 12/1/79; Hornell; the piccolo section of 
'80'; one-one power; my love, my other love; the 
jr. prom, the backseaters; my partner; jumpropes; 
creamy peanutbutter, let's make a racquett; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Uncle )oe, Jason, Chris, )en; 
HAPPINESS IS: surprise parties, lollipops, singing 
telegrams; ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society 3, 
Secretary 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; V.P. of Band Council 4; 
Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Archbearer 3; 
A.F.S. 2; First and Second Choir 3, 4. 




David McGookin 

"McGoo" 
AMBITION: become rich and famous; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I am with Mary; MEMORIES: going to 
Jabeez corner during fifth period: PRIZES: my fam- 
ily and friends and Mary; ACTIVITIES: basketball, 
golf. 



Brennan McKenna 

HAPPIEST WHEN: having money; PRIZES: Apolo- 
gee V; PET PEEVE: vicious dogs; AMBITION: to live 
in the city; FAVORITE SAYING: "No way, broth- 
er!" 




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Kevin James McNary 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Sheryl, out with my 
friends, and playing football on Sunday; PET PEEVE: 
people who can't accept you for what you are, 
waking up early, math, and working; GETS THE 
BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Galinga's and E.K.; MEM- 
ORIES: Rocky Point Park, driving to Florida, meet- 
ing Sheryl and Charlie; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"What are you doin'?" PRIZES: my family 
(Grammy and Nuno), 5/2/80, IO/11/8O, election 
'80 and good times with friends; ACTIVITIES: 
hockey 1, 3; tennis 2, 3, 4; soccer 1; yearbook 
staff. 



Cari Miller 

AMBITION: to live life to the max; PET PEEVE: 
12:00 curfew, waiting, Monday mornings; MEMO- 
RIES: 10/25/80; T.N.D.R.O.MF., 7/25/80, the 
island; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: ? "And that's the 
whole shmeal;" ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
Council 4; Arch bearer 3; yearbook staff; spaghetti 
supper. 




John McNeil 





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Janine Melisse 



Milton Millman 

"Milt" 
AMBITION: to own a business; PET PEEVE: Rocky 
Point Park, Rhode Island; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"Tax my intelligence!" PRIZES: family, friends, and 
memories; ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 1; Home- 
room Representative 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Dinner Dance Comm. 4; AFS 4; year- 
book staff; SENIOR SHOW. 




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Wendy Ann Minear 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION; "That's so cute!", 
"What's the matter?" HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with 
the one I love, having a good time, skiing; PET 
PEEVE: No money, early mornings, picture taking; 
AMBITION: To be successful and live a long, 
happy and healthy life; PRIZES: Family, friends, 
memories, skiis, and "George and Tobey." 





Laurie Monahan 

AMBITION: To be happy in life; HAPPINESS IS: Get- 
ting out of the house, Being me, $, Talking to N.C., 
Having a car; PET PEEVE: T.S., S.B.S., Selling my 
Camaro, 2/1/8O, liars and cheaters; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: R.D., Ml., M.C., K.D., friends and family. 
"People say, look at the money they save I don't 
believe that life's that way. An old man once 
looked at me in the eye. He seemed to sigh. He 
seemed to sigh, don't let life pass you by." 

Eddie Money 




David Brian Mineiii 

ACTIVITIES: Golf 2, 3, 4; All-Stars 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 
4; Band 2, 3, 4; )azz Ensemble 2; All-State Band 3, 
4; Recommend to All-Eastern 3; SEMSBA 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Presidential Classrooms 4; Who's Who Among 
High School Students; AFS 4. 
"Nothing can so poignantly evoke the flavor of 
the receding past as some remembered tune, 
some melody that has caught up and woven into 
its own unconscious fabric the very color and fra- 
grance of a day gone by." 

Alexander Woollcott 



Rhonda Monsini 

HAPPINESS IS: Bob, Music, Max; MEMORIES: Whit- 
man, I'Geils, W/M.P., N.Y., 1/22/80; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: My family. Bob, )im, C.N., L.O., B.P., L.M., 
J.A., G.G., D.K.; PET PEEVE: Saying goodbye, wait- 
ing, alarm clocks; AMBITION: To lead a successful, 
happy- life; SONG: "Wish You Were Here" - 
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, 
year after year. Running over the same old 
ground. What have we found? The same old 
fears, wish you were here. 




Michelle Mitchell 

"Carnie" "Mitch" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Alan in Florida; PET 
PEEVE: Cliques, Guys who think they're #^, People 
who "use" other people; MEMORIES: The 
O.P., Florida; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"G.D.M.F.C.S.G.B." 





Shelley Jean Moorehouse 

"Roadie, Shell" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "G.D.M.F.C.S.G.B." 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: B.M., M.M., ).L., D.M., and all 
my friends in Maine and Joe; PET PEEVE: Cliques, 
and people who "USE" other people; MEMORIES: 
The O.P., Maine, and being with )oe. 
"People so seldom say I love you and then it's 
either too late or love goes ... so when I tell you I 
love you it doesn't mean 1 know you'll never go 
only that I wish you didn't have to." 



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Cheryl Moran 





Gregory Morse 

"Greg" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: With my friends; AMBITION; To 
be successful and enjoy my life; PET PEEVE: Wolf- 
gang; MEMORIES: The good times I've had. 




Michelle Moran 



Steven Motta 

"Steve" 
AMBITION: To graduate from high school and live 
a successful life; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm drinking 
with my friends; PET PEEVE: Wolf, Stonewalls, Mr. 
Holton; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Sure, tell me 
about it." PRIZES: Family, Friends, Life. 




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Sandra Mouies 

"Sans, Sandy" 
AMBITION: To always keep an open mind 
throughout life and to teach music; HAPPIEST: with 
music in my life; PRIZES: My parents, my family, 
Mrs. T's teaching and encouragement and my 
friends; FAVORITE QUOTE: "When you fill your 
day with song — you fill your heart with cheer!" 
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Vice Pres Con- 
cert Choir 3; Librarian — Concert Choir 4; Cham- 
ber Singers 3, 4; Woman's Chamber Singers 2, 3, 
4; Woman's Chorus 3; Archbearer 3; Future 
Teachers Club 4; Drama Club 4; Olde Colony 
Chorale Society 2; Senior Dinner Dance 4. 



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Donald Muldoon 



Cynthia Mulqueeney 

HAPPINESS IS: Weekends spent with Armen; PET 
PEEVE: Failing tests and no gas money; AMBITION: 
To be healthy and wealthy!; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
S.M., C.N., B.P., and N.C.; PRIZES: My car, family, 
friends, and A.N.; ACTIVITIES: Future Nurses Club 
2, 3; Band 2. 




Robert Winslow Mullaney 

"Bob" 
AMBITION: To be happy with whatever I choose 
in life; PRIZES: Friends, family; MEMORIES: Rocky 
Point, Toga, Al's Rig; HAPPINESS IS: weekends, ski- 
ing, being with good friends; UNHAPPINESS IS: A 
broken boat, rainy days, homework; ACTIVITIVES: 
Tennis 1, 2, 4; Soccer 4; Latin Club; Senior Show. 





Laurie Murawski 




Cheryl Ann Mullen 

"Bear" 
AMBITION: To be a Special Education teacher; PET 
PEEVE: When people use the Lord's name in vain, 
people who are cruel and smoking; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: C.S., H.B., HI., CD., F.D., C.V., A.E., 
T.M., K.C., C.B., C.H., D.H., S.T., W.D., and future 
friends; MEMORIES: Always having fun with my 
family and friends, my senior year; PRIZES: My 
family, friends, my job, God, my animals and my 
room; ACTIVITIES: Graphic Arts 2; A.F.S. 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 4; Senior Show 4. 
To share joy is to show love. 
To show love is to know God. 
To know God is to do good. 
To do good is to spread happiness. 



Edward Murphy 




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Patrick Murphy 

"Pat" 
AMBITION: manager of a food store or owner; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: drinking; PET PEEVE: getting into 
3 car accidents in 1 year; MOST EMBARRASSING 
MOMENT: walking into a telephone pole; 
WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: Let a greased pig 
go in school; MEMORIES: the summer of '80; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "School sucks; "SADDEST 
WHEN: There are not any parties; PRIZES: family, 
bankbook, and friends. 



Debra Nash 

"D.D.,""Debs" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What is that?!"; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: I'm with Skip and good times with 
close friends; AMBITION: to fulfill my dreams in 
life; PET PEEVE: people who get on my case, and 
messy things; PRIZES: Skip, CD., S. D.S., ME, D.B., 
D-F., family, friends, the ocean and PUEBY! 




Vincent Murphy 





Jennifer Nemec 

")enny" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Greg; MOST EMBAR- 
RASSING MOMENT: P.H ; MEMORIES: Disney- 
world, 1 l/l. Retreat, Pretty Whites, fun times at 
the "White House" with Merntts; PRIZES: Family, 
Greg, Special friends, Lil' Princess, My Snoopy, 




Michael Murray 



Cheryl Neri 

"Chez Nadi" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: At concerts, parties, having a 
good time. Bob Segar; PET PEEVE: Busy signals, 
waiting cliques; MEMORIES: the cape, vans, 
S+B+C, summer of "80", beach, T.F.; PRIZES: fam- 
ily, good times, friends (S.M., R.M., CM., j.A., ED., 
AD, R.R.L., G.T., j.C, B.P., K.A., L.H., DR.) 
As I walked to the last assembly, there were tears 
in the back of my eyes, and I saw all my friends all 
around me, they were there to wish me goodbye. 
As I stood in a line with my comrades I felt such a 
feeling of pride, and I forgot all the grief and the 
hatred inside, as we sang for the very last time. 

Kinks 




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Elizabeth Campbell Newell 

"Beth" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: close friends, M.K., R.C., S.M., 
R.D., M.A., T.H., A.B..; MEMORIES: fun times with 
friends, Toronto "80"; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: 
Flaky Puffs; PRIZES: family, friends, and my glory 
jacket; ACTIVITIES: Colorguard 3, 4; Winter Color- 
guard 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. 





Constance Nickas 

"Coni", "Conehead" 
FHAPPINESS IS: weekends, going out with friends, 
and being with someone special; MEMORIES OF: 5 
/5/79, and the good times at M.M., S.L., P.L., AND 
N.P.; PRIZES: Family, "BIG LADIES", friends, B.A.; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: 
You may say I'm a dreamer 
But I'm not the only one 
I hope someday you'll join us 
And the world will be as one . . . 

"Imagine" — )ohn Lennon 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's Sports Club 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep. 3, 4; Yearbook; Senior Show. 




Jean Nickerson 

"Nickie" 
PET PEEVE: people with plastic faces; WANTED TO 
BUT NEVER DID: go to California; GETS BIGGEST 
KICK OUT OF: My son, Mitch. 
For years my love 
has proved me wrong 
It was not love at all 
Once I found the love I longed 
looked again 
you were gone. 

by jean Nickerson 



Rachelle Nolin 

"Roach" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with my friends; PET PEEVE: get- 
ting up in the morning at 5:00; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
D M , MP., L.O., A.D.; WANTED TO BUT NEVER 
DID trip a teacher in the hall; GETS BIGGEST KICK 
OUT OF: making fun of people with D.M. 



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"Nick, Donnie" 
AMBITION: to make big bucks; HAPPINESS IS: 
Kinks, Who; MEMORIES: concerts. Nationals at 
Southwick; PRIZES: My Triumph, friends. 





Gordon E. Noseworthy 

"Gordo" 
AMBITION: to pass physics; PET PEEVE: M.K., 
Franklin Park, Darrel; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT 
OF: ).G. and B.S.; MEMORIES: 2 C.C. Champion- 
ships, T.T.C., 12/15/80; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"No Way"; ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4, 
The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time 

Any fool can do it — 

There ain't nothing to it — 

Nobody knows how we got to the top of the hill 

But since we're on our way down — 
We might as well enjoy the ride. 

James Taylor 



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James P. O'Connell 

"Angry Child," "Hopeful Neurotic" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Woody Allen, Hitch, Harold 
Lloyd; OUTSTANDING CHARACTERISTICS: good 
looks, ability to wear food; SADDEST WHEN: con- 
demned to eternal damnation; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"What we have here is a failure to communicate;" 
AMBITION: To experience short periods of bliss 
from time to time. 





Peter O'Brien 



Lisa O'Connor 

PRIZES: family and friends; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
A.D., R.N., ).B., Karyn; PET PEEVE: Monday morn- 
ing, disco, N.I.; MEMORIES: summer of 1980 - 
S.M.; ACTIVITIES: Majorette 3, 4. 




Wendy O'Brien 

AMBITION: to become a social worker; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: there's a good party, plenty of money; 
PET PEEVE: having no money, being bored; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: DP., L.C., L.T., C.C, P.S., I.E., 
B.H., S.S., D.P., T.P.; MEMORIES: summer of 78 
Right L.T., L.C.; PRIZES: family, friends, and vaca- 
tions, also time alone; As you seek the right path to 
follow remember we all make mistakes but we 
can learn a great deal from them. 





Raymond Lawrence O'Donnell 

"Mouse" 
AMBITION: to become a professional musician 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: KM., PC. LP., E.S., B.O. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: FO A D., OOOOOHH' 
PRIZES: KM., PC, PS #27, memories, family and 
friends; HAPPIEST WHEN: I have a 6-pak of cold 
gusto on a Sat, night; ACTIVITIES: Semsba 2, 3, 4 
District 3, 4; All-State 3; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, 
Chamber Singers 2, 3, 4; Men Chorus 3, 4 
P.C.H.S.B.O. 4; AFS 2; Science and Math Club 2, 



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Gregory Ohanessian 

"Foopa" 
AMBITION: To marry a rich girl, and never work 
again. WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: To tell Hol- 
ten to *&"„$#* *if$"o( off.; MEMORIES: Crock's 
Delta. 



Laura Ann O'Reilly 

MEMORIES: Tidewater Inn; 4/25/80; "Dinners" 
with R.T., B.P., L.C., and W.L.; M.P. and walks 
along the beach . . . PRIZES: Family, A few special 
friends, A good listener. Memories; PET PEEVE: Do 
nothing people who complain. My F.C.; the L.T.D.; 
W.V.; ACTITIVIES: Cheerleading 2, 3, Captain 4; 
AFS 2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 2, 3; junior Prom Chair- 
person 2; Student Council 1, 4; Future Teachers 3, 
Secretary 4; Deans Council 4; Spaghetti Supper 4; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Dinner Dance Commit- 
tee. 

If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can 
dream it, you can become it. 

William Arthur Ward. 




Richard R. O'Keefe Jr. 

"Beef" 
AMBITION: To become a famous singer; HAPPI- 
NESS WHEN: Vacations, going to District and 
S.E.M.S.B.A.; PET PEEVE: Epilepsy, Waking up at 
6:00 a.m.. People telling you what to do and how 
to do it; FAVORITE PEOPLE: MB., ).M., and Ray; 
PRIZES: My' family, friends, my 8 track stereo; 
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Chamber Sing- 
ers 2, 3, 4; Olde Colony Choral Society 2, 3; Dis- 
trict, S.E.M.S.B.A., Men's Chorus 3, 4. 
"Life's battle won't always go to the stronger or 
faster man, but sooner or later the one who wins 
is the one who thinks he can" 

Rocky Blier. 





Stephen Ottino 

"Zioi Qua, Ottinski" 
AMBITION: Raise children, own a restaurant. 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Fools, ).P.O., ).Z., R.M., LM, 
SB., L.Mc, B.D., Br.D., R.C., C.G., H.W., )W, AC, 
Zida Qua; WANTED TO DO BUT NEVER DID: Get 
married; GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Being 
friends with a child; FAVORITE QUOTE: "It's A Rat 
Trap, and We've Been caught." Boomtown Rats; 
Teddy's sniffing glue he's 12 years old. Fell from a 
roof on east two-nine. Kathy was 11 when she 
pulled the plug on 26 reds and a bottle of wine. 
Bobby got Leukemia 14 years old, he looked like 
65 when he died, he was a friend of mine. Those 
are people who've died. 

)im Carroll 




Annami Oosthuysen 

AMBITION: To live a life worth living in service of 
God to man. HAPPINESS WHEN: Enriching myself 
to become a more developed human being; prog- 
ressing with the learning process. ACTIVITIES: 
Rotary Youth Exchange Student from South Africa. 
"We have but one minute life span in the eternity 
of the creation. We can live, serve and influence 
our surroundings to honor him that placed us here 
with such definite purpose." 

Unknown 



Diane Pacheco 

AMBITION: To live life to its fullest and to be 
happy; PET PEEVE: Cliques, School, and Backstab- 
bers; MEMORIES: 12/30/79, Summer of "78" and 
"80", |oe McDonough - 14344, Water skiing 
with R.C., M.U. - 180; PRIZES: Family, friends, 
Lewis, P.S., M.E., C.Z., K.R., D.R., Dutches, my sap- 
phire, and memories; FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS: 
"Whatever!", "Tell me about it", "What time is 
it?"(P.S. HTA) 

If you love something, set it free. If it comes back, 
it's yours. If it doesn't, it NEVER was . . . 




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)ames B. Paduch 

AMBITION: to find Cod's will for my life and com- 
plete it; PET PEEVE: Butch Lopez; MEMORIES: 
Knocking at L.M.'s window at 3:00 in the morning; 
PRIZES: Jesus Christ, Family, ).M., ).S., C.L., C.C, 
C.B., L.M., D.D., T.B., C.A.'S, My class pal; FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION: "There must be 57 of 'em"; 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; School Play 4; 
Honor Society 3, 4. 

"And we know that all things work together for 
good to them that Love Cod, To them who are 
the called according to his purpose." 

Romans 8:28. 



Darlene Parrelli 

"Didi", "Dee' 
AMBITION: To be happy and make the best out of 
life; HAPPIEST WHEN: With friends and family; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: R.P., S.S., ).P., C.S., R.T.; MEM- 
ORIES: 10/30, 1l/l3,Summerof '80, PA. 



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Tammy Parker 

HAPPIEST WHEN: Weekends roll around; PET 
PEEVE: Disco, Cliques; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Family, 
friends, and M.B.; MEMORIES: Bob Seger, "Main- 
street"; FAVORITE INDULCENCE: Rum and Coke; 
PRIZES: Mick, 7/20/80; Bad Company; "Seagull 
you fly across the Horizon, into the misty morning 
sun." 





Elizabeth Parsons 

"Bette" 
PET PEEVE: 33 Dunster St., Having no money; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: With Bruce, at the beach; MEMO- 
RIES: Summer of 1980, IO/7/8O, II/8/8O; PRIZES: 
Family, friends, Patti; AMBITION: Co to art school, 
work with children, travel; ACTIVITIES: Cymnastics 
2. 

For long you live and high you fly 
And smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry 
And all you touch and all you see 
Is all your life will ever be. 

Pink Floyd 




Robert Parmenter 

AMBITION: To own my own business; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I got my car; PET PEEVE: Getting up early; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: People who are nice; FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION: "Excellent!"; SADDEST WHEN: I 
lost my car. 



Ernest Payne 




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Gary Matthew Pearson 

"Panda", "George", "Lumpy" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: K.W., D.L., E.P., R.A., M.P., 
C.P.; AMBITION: To be a millionaire before 35; 
MEMORIES: Rope, Band Camp, Chris, Wana go 
roller skating; PET PEEVE: Lack of long underwear 
in the winter; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You're as 
pure as the driven snow " 





Flavia Pedras 




Paulann Pearson 

"Paula", "Twinkle" 
GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Micheal's funny 
expressions; MEMORIES: 4/479, )erry; PRIZES: 
Larry, Micheal, memories, friends, Billy; PET PEEVE: 
People who think they are better than everybody 
else; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Larry. 
Special joy and Special places 
Special friends together 
The moments pass so quickly 
But memories are forever. 

- C. W. Douglas 



Brenda Ann Pereira 

"Brenda" 
HAPPINESS IS: Being with Billy G.; PET PEEVE: Play- 
ing games, having nothing to do, waiting; AMBI- 
TION: To live life to the fullest; MEMORIES: Octo- 
ber 26, 1979; PRIZES: Billy, family. Partying with 
DM., T.M., ).M., B.C., N.G., C.L., S.R., S.M., C.N., 
R.M.,C.M. 




Michael Peddell 

"Mike" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: E.P., G.P., R.A., D.H., D.N.; 
MEMORIES: The R. Hesit, The Top of the W.; PET 
PEEVE: Drivers who don't use their blinkers; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "What you want and what 
you get are two different things"; PRIZES: Family, 
Sharon, friends. 





Lu-Ann Peritzian 

"Lou", "Lu-Lu" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Family, ).C., A.W., K.L., R.C., 
S.G., L.B., ).Z., L.C., B.Z.; MOST EMBARRASSING 
MOMENT: Night of a hockey game with ), S.H., 
R.M., M.G., and L(B); MEMORIES: of the good 
times with )orine and Summer of "80"; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "Hey, what's up?"; PRIZES: Family 
)ohn, and friends; ACTIVITIES: Dean's Council 3, 4 
AFS 3, 4; H.R. Rep. 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 
Yearbook Staff; Senior Dinner Dance; Powder 
Puff. 



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Gregory Peters 

"Cave, Spice" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with Jenny; PET PEEVE: neat- 
ness, belts, no Captain Crunch; MEMORIES: Can- 
terbury Corner, May '80, Rubber Raft, Harring- 
ton's pool room; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "meta- 
phor-simile", "dude"; PRIZES: Family, Friends, 11/ 
7. 





David Petrillo 

AMBITION: Having a successful and happy life; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm fishing and when I'm weight 
lifting; PET PEEVE: People that think they're great 
and bad, and people that don't keep physically fit; 
PRIZES: Boat, truck, fishing equipment. 




Eric H. Peterson 

"Griffy, Eddy" 
AMBITION: To be a successful cat juggler; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: ).W., M.P., G.P , R,A.; OUTSTANDING 
CHARACTERISTIC: Ten toes; MEMORIES: Rope, 
Band Camp, Top of W; PRIZES: Family, Friends. 



Richard Pierce 

"Rick" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You doing something"; 
PRIZES: Family, fnends; PET PEEVE: "Coolies"; HAP- 
PINESS IS: not working on weekend nights. 




Kristina Peterson-Styblo 

AMBITION: To always have the freedom to do 
what I want; MEMORIES: Farley August 1980, Bos- 
ton IO/4/8O, "Yes, we're from Austria," "How do 
you put the seat down?", "Essence and Regalia," 
"Are your teeth tingling?", "What's so great about 
chocolate mousse?", "Take a number"; PET 
PEEVE: Large mugs, Mr. Hussey, Blah lockers, Val 
most of the summer 1980, scathing remarks. Iris, 
lost buck calls Ed King, Harvard Preppie C.S.; 
FAVORITE INDULGENCES: S-P.C., BCN, "Crick- 
et's"; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's Council 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
junior Prom Committee, 





Christopher |. Pikor 

"Chris" 
AMBITION: To become successful in whatever I 
choose to do; HAPPIEST WHEN: skiing, playing 
tennis, and partying; PET PEEVE: double sessions, 
PC's; MEMORIES: First Night, nights at Tamarack; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION "Gimme a break'": 
PRIZES: Family, triends, and L.C 



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Denise Pimental 

"Neece, Dee" 
AMBITION: To live a long and happy life; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: I'm with friends and we have a good 
time; PET PEEVE: mushrooms, cliques, Monday 
mornings; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Scott, Sheila, Denise, 
Norman, Karen, Kathy; PRIZES: Family, friends, 
S.A., N.S. 



Sherri Pina 

"Sherri" 
AMBITION: To become successful; PET PEEVE: 
prejudice; MEMORIES: The Big "W", Summer of 
"80"; PRIZES: Family, friends, and life; ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; AFS 2, 3; French Club 
2, 4; Dean's Council 2. 




Lisa Marie Pina 

"Pinky, Speedy" 
PET PEEVE: waking up in the morning, no parties 
on the weekend; MEMORIES: Summer of "80", 
The big "W"; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I hear you, 
yeah' right, bet"; PRIZES: Family (Aunty Rosey), 
friends (Nell), stereo, good times, and my god- 
child, Kimberly. 





Brian Matthew Pratt 

"Pratty" 
PET PEEVE: Double session, Tim's Truck, losing; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: R.T., T.L., L.O., W.L., ).C., P.F., 
Mr, S.; MEMORIES: Tidewater Inn, 4/25/80, Char- 
lie D.; PRIZES: ).P., D.P., ).P., T.P., Friends; ACTIVI- 
TIES: Football 1, 2, 3, capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2, capt. 
3, 4; Senior Show, Homeroom Rpe. 2, 3; Breakfast 
3,4. 




Lori Anne Pina 

"Peanut, Sherlock" 
AMBITION: To own my own business; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: partying with Sherri and Lisa; PET PEEVE: 
People who judge others before they really get to 
know them; FAVORITE PEOPLE: S.F., M.D., S.P., 
L.P., T.F., A.D., and T.S.; PRIZES: my family, close 
friends, and M.D.; MEMORIES: Summer of '80 and 
Wareham. 



Coralee Pratt 

"Co", "Pratty" 
AMBITION: To always be able to smile; HAPPINESS 
IS: shopping sprees, a dependable car, 
T.S.S.M.M.A., walking the breakwater; PET PEEVE: 
busy signals, suspense, people who use others; 
MEMORIES: 10/28/79, summer of '80, 6/14/80, 6 
/15/80, "Hot Chocolate" right W.F. and ).W., 
Girls' State, Dinner at the Morse's; PRIZES: memo- 
ries of Mom, friends, my cross, family, my "white" 
bible; ACTIVITIES: cheerleading 3, 4; class treasurer 
3, 4; Girls' State 3; Basketball 2; Softball 2; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Dinner Dance Commit- 
tee; archbearer 3; Senior Show; Yearbook staff 4; 
Spaghetti Supper 4; Rotary Club 4. 




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Linda Priolo 

Every sunset brings the promise of a new dawn. 



Debby Radvansky 

"Ski or Moosh" 
PET PEEVE; people who are phoney; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: family and friends; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION; "Give me a break;" 
Don't walk in front of me 

I may not follow. 
Don't walk behind me 

I may not lead. 
Walk beside me and just be my friend. 

Camus 




Robert Purtell 





Kenneth W. Randall 

"Randell" 
AMBITION; to be the best in the profession I 
choose; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Rick, Healy, Vinnie, 
Rick, Raeacke, Stick; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"What's it like?" PRIZES: family, house, friends; 
ACTIVITIES; football, roller-skating. 




Robert )ohn Quinlan 

PET PEEVE: Rocky Point Park, Anheuser-Bush, bro- 
ken legs; FAVORITE PEOPLE: The Bermuda gang; 
PRIZES; family, friends, my excellent shorts; ACTIV- 
ITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Boys' State; Stu- 
dent Council ; Rep. 3. 



Barbara Lynne Raymond 

"Barby", "Shorty" 
PET PEEVE; snobs, and school bells; AMBITION: to 
be successful in business and psychology; FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: "Go for it, Yaah! I love you tool" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: K.C., M.C.,; PRIZES; family, 
friends, memories, and happiness. 




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Glenn Reagan 

"Glennzoid" 
AMBITION: to be Very successful in life; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with friends, on Sat. night when getting 
drunk; PET PEEVE: police, world situation, jocks, 
senior class; PRIZES: family, friends, girls, money; 
ACTIVITIES: football 1; hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; soccer 1; 
Senior Show. 





Karen Reed 

"Rinski" 
AMBITION: to be happy with whatever I do; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: with special friends; PET PEEVE: cli- 
ques and two-faced people; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
family, M.F., D.S., ; MEMORIES: summer of 78 and 
special times with M.F.; PRIZES: family, friends and 
life 




Barbara Reardon 

"Barbs", "Barbi" 
HAPPINESS IS: being with family, my friends, being 
with someone special; AMBITION: to go on to col- 
lege, liVe a long, happy life; PET PEEVE: the clique, 
car accidents, curfews, PPD, busy signals, waking 
at 5:30 a.m., rainy days, Sundays; MEMORIES: of 
Dad, summers of '79 and '80, summer nights 
down the ave.; PRIZES: family, friends and special 
f reinds, Marvie Baby, life, scrapbook; 
You can't always get what 
you want but if you try sometime 
you might find you get what you need. 

Rolling Stones 



Pauline Rediker 

"Polly" 
AMBITION: to find a good job . . . T.G.M.T.M.; 
PET PEEVE: K.S. cliques; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
Michael . . . Michael; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK 
OUT OF: watching Mikie learn; MEMORIES: sum- 
mer of '79, T.A.M. 




Sheri Lee Reddington 

AMBITION: to become a florist and to have a 
happy family; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with the per- 
son 1 love and when I become successful at what- 
ever 1 do in life; SADDEST WHEN: the ones 1 love 
are gone; PET PEEVE: people telling you what to 
do, homework, finals, study hall and Ms. Hebelon; 
ACTIVITIES: AFS 2 years; FUTURE NURSES CLUB 3 
years. 

When love is great 
there is no need for words. 
For even in silence 
love is heard. 





Lee Ann Reggiani 

"Leeva," "Leezai," "Lee-Lee" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: family, and friends like L.B., 
A.W., "Me Buck," and CA; PET PEEVES: busy sig- 
nals and waiting; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "No sa, 
really?"; ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, 4, V.P. 3 Pres. 4; 
Short term exchange 3, 4; Bloodmobile 4; Future 
Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Dean's 
Council 4, Yearbook staff 4, and Senior Show. 



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John Rego 

"Fuzzy" 
)ust remember love is life 
And hate is living death 
Treat your life for what it's worth 
And live for every breath. 
Looking back I've lived and learned 
But now I'm wondering 
What this next life will bring. 

BLACK SABBATH 
ACTIVITIES; Baseball 2; Soccer 1, 2, 3. 





Doreen M. Rezendes 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with my family on vacation! 
MEMORIES: Good times with L.M. and ).D. PRIZES: 
Family, vacations, friends; FAVORITE PEOPLE: L.M., 
I.D., T.D., B.F., T.G., C.R., A.D., Gumby (M.K.), and 
Jason; PET PEEVE: Waking up at 5:00 a.m.! 




Kevin Paul Reid 

"Reidy" 
What has happened in the past is buried forever. 
It will never come back not now or ever. 
Tomorrow's the future mystifying and new. 
Filled with dreams that will come true. 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Student 
Council 2, 3. 



John Ricardo 




Georgiann Reilly 

"Bones" 
AMBITION: To be successful in whatever I do.; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: With that one special person; 
PET PEEVE: Cliques, jocks, Backstabbers; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: S.P., PC, LB., K.F., R.C.; MEMORIES: 2 
/21/80. 





Robin Ricardo 

AMBITION: To be happy and live a good life; PET 
PEEVE: Cliques, SB.; MEMORIES: Class of "81" and 
a special someone; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: 
"Nasty"; PRIZES: Mom, Dad, Friends, and a special 
nephew (Mikie) G.B., DR., R.A., D.S., PC, PC 
When this you see, remember me 
and bear me in your mind. 
Let all the world say what they may. 
Speak of me as you find. 

Rolling Stones 



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Victoria S. Riley 

"Vikki" 
Lives of great men all remind us 
We can make our lives sublime. 
And, departing, leave behind us 
Footprints on the sands of time. 
Let us then, be up and doing. 
With a heart for any fate; 
Still achieving, still pursuing. 
Learn to labor and to wait. 

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 



Nancy Sue Roberts 

"Nancy" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't know . . ." HAPPI- 
NESS IS: being with special people, sunshine; AMBI- 
TION: to be able to love, laugh, and smile forever; 
PRIZES: Rob, Elaine, Ca, P.F., summer of 1980, spe- 
cial people, my family and my moose. 
Far way there in the sunshine are my aspirations. 
I may not reach them. 
But 1 can look up and see their beauty, 
believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. 

Louisa May Alcott 
ACTIVITIES: AFS 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3; Archbearer 3; 
Homeroom Rep. 4; Yearbook editor 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4. 




Scott Kevin Risney 

"Riz" 
AMBITION: to be successful; PRIZES: truck; ACTIV- 
ITIES: National Honor Society, Model Congress, 
AFS club. Math and Science Club, student tutor. 





Lisa Lynne Robinson 

HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm laughing with K.R., DC, and 
company; FAVORITE PEOPLE: K.R., D.G., ).R., J.R., 
L.C., ().0., S.O., J.Z.); MOST EMBARRASSING 
MOMENT: the morning after; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Get out of here!"; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"You can't soar with eagles when you're sur- 
rounded by turkeys;" PRIZES: a good sense of 
humor; ACTIVITIES: Mass. Regional Student Advi- 
sory Council of the Southeast region (Secretary) 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Drama 4; AFS 2, 4; 
Camera and film 4. 




Shawn Roberson 

AMBITION: to be rich; PET PEEVE: alarm clocks; 
WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: homework; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I don't believe it;" 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: running; PRIZES: family, 
friends. 



Elaine Patricia Rock 

PET PEEVE: my car, no left ticker, college essays, 
SAT's and their little circles, misunderstandings; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: nobody is pressuring me, my 
first serve goes in; AMBITION: to invent the first 
calorie-free hot fudge sundae; MEMORIES: "Free 
to BE . . .", L.H. Club and the summer of '80, Haiti 
and the Abbotts, Biran Boru, Ice Chips '76-'80; 
Barry, Nov. '80; my sixteenth birthday in Cam- 
bridge, caring teachers like Ms. Durant and Mr. 
Conant; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Nancy R., Cathy A., 
Carrie T. Gail S. ).M., E.B., CD., R.L., E.F., my two 
great lab partners - A.C. and A.T.; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "Why did I ever get myself into this!" 




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Dena Marie Roderick 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Shake off"; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: Spending time with Dave; PET PEEVE: Peo- 
ple who lie; FAVORITE PEOPLE: D.B., D.M., K.K., 
).)., and K.M.; MEMORIES: "the unlucky penny"; 
PRIZES: Family, friends. 



Joseph Romano 




Frank David Romanelli 

"Romo, Francis" 
AMBITION: To find a decent paying job; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I have money in my pocket; PET PEEVE: 
Rogor G. Romblom, waiting; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"If it smells like fish, eat it." PRIZES: My health, fam- 
ily and friends. 





Carole Ann Rooney 

HAPPIEST WHEN: Laughing, with family and 
friends; PET PEEVE: F.F.F., decisions, busy signals, 
homework, 5:00 a.m., D.H.'s; MEMORIES: 
Toronto '80, one-one, York Steak House, "Good 
Times", C. 1 and 2, Summer '80; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: A.D., J.I., L.R., DR., W.M., R.F., G.S., |.H., S.R., 
L.O., B.K.'s, D.N., M.H., Relatives; PRIZES: Family, 
friends, Ching-Ching, Penny, friendship with Ree; 
ACTIVITIES: A.F.S. 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 
Editor; First and Second Council 3, 4; Senior Show. 






Joseph Thomas Romanelli 

"|o, Romo" 
AMBITION: To live a happy and successful life; PET 
PEEVE: Double sessions, being told what to do; 
PRIZES: Family, friends, money; ACTIVITIES: Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Yearbook staff 4; Court- 
yard 2, 3, 4. 



Linda Mane Rooney 

"Lyn" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: With friends, being at the beach 
in the summer; AMBITION: To be successful at 
whatever I do; PET PEEVE: tetting up early, cli- 
ques; MEMORIES: of j.L., S., Elf, and T.K. at the 
lake; PRIZES: My family, especially S.R., my friends, 
especially I.L.; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Mark D. and 
mignight. 

You can't always get what you want 
but if you try sometime, you might just find, 
you get what you need. 

Rolling Stones 




Donald Ropes 

AMBITION: To find the Hawaiian way; PET PEEVE: 
passes; FAVORITE QUOTE: "No sense makes 
sense, CM."; PRIZES: skiis, kayaks, chickens. 
I guess that I'm dumb 
'cause I knows I ain't smart 
But deep down inside 
I got a rock and roll heart. 





Geraldine Stacia Rossi 

"Dede" 
MEMORIES: Summer of "80" in Flonda with P.B,, 
CD., and L.F. — Summer of "78" with MB., and 
R.A.; PRIZES: Family, friends, life and a special 
cousin- .AMBITION: To be happy and successful in 
whatever I choose to do; PET PEEVE: Having prob- 
lems with no solutions. 

Co in through the narrow gate for the gate is wide 
and road is easy that leads to hell and there are 
many who travel it, the gate is narrow and the 
way IS hard that lead to life, and few people find it. 
(Luke 13:24) 




Adriano Rito Rosa 

"If a man does not keep pace with his compan- 
ions, perhaps it is because he marches to the beat 
of a different drummer. Let him step to the music 
which he hears, however measured or far away." 
Henry David Thoreau 



Renee Royal 

FAVORITE INDULGENCES: Southern Comfort, 
pizza, ruffles, popcorn; FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Check it out"; PET PEEVE: cliques, party poopers; 
PRIZES: Family; HAPPIEST WHEN: partying and with 
friends; MEMORIES: Texas, Summer of "79" and 
"80." 




Susan Rose 

"Sue" 
AMBITION: Going cross country on motorcycles; 
PET PEEVE: R. Ruggiero, ). Malone, N.C, CH.; 
MEMORIES: going skiing, playing Softball, up at the 
haven; FAVORITE QUOTE: "I don't do gym"; 
PRIZES: My car, family, closest friends, and Nicole. 





Brian Ruxton 

AMBITION: to have a successful life and make a lot 
of money; PET PEEVE: No money; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: Close friends; MEMORIES: The tnp to New 
Hampshire; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "You only live 
once", "Oh ha?"; PRIZES: family and friends; 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1, 2; Baseball. 



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lames W. Ryan III 

PET PEEVE: Pet Peeve columns; SADDEST WHEN; 
At a wake; FAVORITE PEOPLE: John^Doe, Paul Q 
Public, )oe Shmoe, )ohn ). Jones, John Smith; 
MOST EMB\RRASSINC MOMENT: 6:13 a.m. 2/ 12 
/63; WANTED TO BUT NEVER D\0: Go to New 
York, Seattle, California, Watkin's Glenn; OUT- 
STANDING CHARACTERISTIC: Laziness. 





Debra Jean Santheson 

"Debbie", "Debs" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "I bet," ^really;" PET 
PEEVE: The sixty miles between Plymouth and Sau- 
gus (right L.L.?); GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: U. 
Mass. and the Huge flag (right D.M., R.V., and 
B.Z.?); PRIZES: Family, friends, January-May 1981, 
Rainbow, Dutch, and the class of '81. 
The important thing is this: to be able at any 
moment to sacrifice what we are for what we 
could become. 

— Charles DuBois 




Daniel A. Salvucci 

"Dan", "Danny" 
AMBITION: To be a millionaire; PET PEEVE: Getting 
up at 5 a.m.; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Shakespeare and 
Sandy; MEMORIES: Junior Prom; talking till 3 a.m. 
on phone: PRIZES: friends and family. 



Jerome Santos 




Karen Jean Sanford 

AMBITION: To go to college and someday own 
my own boutique; HAPPIEST WHEN: Spending 
time with Kevin and close friends; PET PEEVE: 
Waiting for people and staying in on weekends; 
PRIZES: Family, close friends, and memories; Activi- 
ties: Senior Show, Senior Dinner Dance Commit- 
tee. 




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Rhonda Lee Santos 
"Shorty", "Munchkin" 

AMBITION: to be an artist; HAPPIEST WHEN: with 
Chris; PET PEEVE: getting up at 5:00, snobby peo- 
ple; SADDEST WHEN: forced to listen to W.P.L.M.; 
PRIZES: family, friends, Chris 



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Anthony Schneider 

AMBITION: to become rich, to stay alive, and to 
be happy; HAPPIEST WHEN: P.W.C.F.A.B.W.D.S.; 
PET PEEVE: rainy weekends, certain teachers, hang 
overs; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Cheryl Ladd, Cheryl 
Tiegs, Bo Derek; MEMORIES: July 4th, 1980, sum- 
mer of 1980, Senior year; PRIZES: 1974 Olds Cut- 
lass, family and close friends. 




Deborah Scannell 

"Debbie" 
HAPPINESS IS: being with good friends; MEMO- 
RIES: Holy Ghost Festival, )uly 4th 1980; PRIZES: 
family, teddy, M.D.). special friends, DC, C.B., 
L.C., T.S., B.R., MB, R.R., ).A., MM. (and always 
more); AMBITION: to always be happy and make 
other people happy; PET PEEVE: getting stuck in 
elevators; ACTIVITIES: Senior Show 4, Yearbook 4. 
You do your thing, and I'll do mine 
I'm not in this world to live up to your 
expectations, and you're not in this world to live 
up to mine 

You are you, and 1 am 1, and if by 
chance we find each other — it's beautiful. 



Robert Schwarz 

"Schwarzy" 
AMBITION: to become a success; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: my grades are good and my running's 
great; PET PEEVE: people who run in front of me; 
PRIZES: my family, friends, car, and running; 
ACTIVITIES: x-country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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George Andrew Sewell II 

"Andy" 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "Before you accuse me, take 
a look at yourself;" HAPPIEST WHEN: with Chris- 
tine, listening to Hendrix, CCR, BOA. or TYA; PET 
PEEVE: people, uncool tunes; FAVORITE INDUL- 
GENCE: Christine, music, Mavi. 
I got my own way to go and now I want to take 
your minds. 

I believe if you could see the blood between the 
lines, 

I believe that you could be a better kind. 
Please lead the way so the unborn can play on 
some greener hill. 
Fools die laughing still. 



John Shea 




Christopher Amedeo Sgarzi 

ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 
4; AFS 2; Homeroom Rep. 2; Student Council Rep. 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; )r. Prom Commit- 
tee; Boys' State; Spaghetti Supper; Dinner Dance 
Committee; Yearbook; Senior Show; Jewish Broth- 
erhood Award; Chapt. 622 Rep. 
The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest 
upon, but only to hold a man's foot long enough 
to enable him to put the other somewhat higher. 
Thomas Henry Huxley 





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Donna Shea 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "DOUBT IT"; PRIZES: My 
family, good times with good friends, memories; 
PET PEEVE: Losing close friends, cliques, people 
who are 2-faced; right PA.).? 
"The world is full of Kings and Queen 
Who blind your eyes and steal your dreams 
It's Heaven and Hell." 

ACTIVITIES: Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Winter Color- 
guard 2, 3, 4; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Dad, Mom, ).S.; 
P.S., C.P., DC, K.R., G.P., LP., R.C.; MEMORIES: 
of the summer of '78, of good times with DC, 
K.r.,andM.F. 



David Nicholas Sheridan 

FAVORITE QUOTE: "I hate reality ... but it's the 
only place to get a good steak" 

Woody Allen 
PET PEEVE: Waiting and people who can't drive; 
AMBITION: Systems Analyst; Own a Porsche; 
PRIZES: Family, friends; Mustangs and Music; MEM- 
ORIES: Watkin's Glenn 1980. 




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Sheila Marie Sherman 

AMBITION: To live a long and happy life with 
someone special; HAPPIEST WHEN: With Burt; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Burt, lulie, Denise P., Denise 
W , Mane, Beth H. and Wendy O.; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION: "Hey, How's it going'" PRIZES: Burt, 
family, triends 





Anthony Silva: 

"Tony, Poochie." 
AMBITION: To be a Veterinarian; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: I.E., ).L , T.C., Forehead, Utts. Brave; GETS THE 
BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Flashers; MEMORIES: 
Taunton 2 a.m.; FAVORITE EXPRESSION; "That's 
good": PRIZES: Family, friends. Chip; ACTIVITIES: 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, Golf 3, Baseball 1, 2, 
4. 



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Donna Shuley 

"Mouth, D." 
AMBITION: To live life to its fullest and be happy; 
PET PEEVE: Ma Henry, Cliques; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION; "What the'" "Huh'" PRIZES: Family, 
friends, S.R., LB., K.H.; WANTED TO BUT NEVER 
DID; Quit school. 



Charles Silva 




Robert F. Shurtleff, III 

Bob, Stretch" 
AMBITION, To stop growing; PET PEEVE Arguing 
with someone you love; FAVORITE PEOPLE R M , 
C.S., LC, B.M., B.H., C.S., R.S.; MEMORIES: 8/ 15/ 
79, Summer of '79, 7/4/80, \llllm. PRIZES: 
Mother and Father, Brothers, Rhonda M., Camaro, 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, Track 1, Basketball 1, 2, \. 
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Tia Marie Silva 

We've come a long together on this special day. 

To sing our message loud and clear 

Looking back we touch inside for days 

Future fastly disappears 

You will find peace of mind 

If you look way down in your heart and soul 

Don't hesitate, 

'Cause you'll never, 

never know heart. 

E.W.F. 



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Nancy Camien Small 

AMBITION: to be happy and progressive; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: I'm with RC; PET PEEVE: being aggra- 
vated, working on Saturday; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
T.W., B.S., F.S., R.C, and Fawn; MEMORIES: all the 
good times of the past (right T.W.); PRIZES: Memo- 
ries of now, and memories to come, and Brandy 
It is the summer of my smiles — flee from my 
l<eepers of the Gloom. 

Speak to me only with your eyes — it is to you I 
give this time. 

It isn't hard to recognize - these things are clear 
to all from time to time. 

Led Zeppelin 




Harry Anthony Skeffington 

"Skeff, Hollywood" 
AMBITION: Live free forever; MEMORIES: Toga, 
New Year's Eve, flying, karate; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "No Problem, sounds reasonable to me"; 
PRIZES: 2 Black Belt Punk Club 2, 3, 4. 
We can walk our roads together, 
If our goals are all the same. 
We can run alone and free. 
If we pursue a different aim 
Let the truth of Love be lighted. 
Let the Love of truth shine clear. 
Sensibility, aimed with sense and liberty 
With the heart and mind united in a single, perfect 
sphere. 

- Neil Peart 



Brian Richard Smith 

"Smitty" 
PRIZES; Family, friends, 68 Chevelle; ACTIVITIES: 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4, OCL All-Star 
3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Automotive 2, 3 All Scholastic, 
Track Co-Captain 4 OCL All Star 3, 4 




Faith Small 

"Brat" 
PET PEEVE: an overprotective sister; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Tracey, R.L., C.T., T.C., B.W., DC, FAM- 
ILY; MEMORIES: Summer of '80 
A brief candle, both ends burning. An endless mile, 
a bus wheel turning. A friend to share the lone- 
some times. A handshake and a sip of wine. Say it 
loud and let it ring, that we're all part of everything 
. . . The present, future and past. Fly on proud 
bird, you're free at last. 




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Carolyn Smith 

AMBITION: To travel around the world. HAPPIEST 
WHEN: I'm with the people I love and doing the 
things I love to do. PET PEEVE: people who think 
they are better than others; MEMORIES: My Senior 
year at PC High; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "There is 
no such thing as you can't; "PRIZES: family, friends, 
my car, and Rick N. ACTIVITIES: AFS 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Lee T. Smith 

AMBITION: to be a merchant marine captain; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: with my family; GETS THE BIGGEST 
KICK OUT OF: swords and fencing; PRIZES: 
"MOST STUDIOUS"; FAVORITE QUOTE: But 
overcome space, and all we have left is Here. 
Over come time, and all we have left is Now. And 
in the middle of Here and Now, don't you think 
we might see each other once or twice? 

lonathan Livingston Seagull 

Richard Bach 

ACTIVITIES: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Fencing 1, 1, 3, 4; 

Math and Science Club 4; National Honor Soicety 

3,4. 



Thomas Snarksy 

"Wally" 
PET PEEVE: Losing, Wolfgang, grass drills and hills; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: PC., "GOD" "T", B.P., T.L., 
D.H., S.B. AND CM.; MEMORIES: good times with 
P.G., "tt's" steaks, 2/9/80, Charlie D's; PRIZES: 
family, friends, Pam and my life; ACTIVITIES: Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3 
Capt. Baseball 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 
The quality of a man's life is in direct proportion to 
his commitment to excellence, regardless of his 
chosen field or endeavor. 

LOMBARDI 




Pamela Smith 

"Spam" 
AMBITION: to be a special education teacher; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: being with people and being 
with children; FAVORITE QUOTE: "You know, 
right;" PRIZES: friends and family; ACITIVITES: field 
hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 4; 
A.F.S. 4. 





Charles Sorrento 




Steven Smth 

"Biff, Smitty" 
AMBITION: to be able to hear what is being said 
and to be able to smile forever; HAPPIEST WHEN: 
listening to music and laughing with friends; PET 
PEEVE: Carl Freyermouth "No, not tonight" lack of 
communication and phony people; WANTED TO 
BUT NEVER DID ... my homework; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "Cheap, easy but damn good; PRIZES: 
good times; friends and family, laughs C.C, P.L., 
B.M., O.H., T.A., ).S., R.B., ).L.; ACTIVITIES: Plym- 
outh Firefighters, Football 1, 2, 3 AntiFreyermouth 
Club 2, 3, 4 The CORNER 3, 4 Senior Show, Spa- 
ghetti Supper 



Ronald J. Sousa Jr. 

AMBITION: to be good in what ever I do; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: with all my friends; PET PEEVE: disco 
and T.F.; FAVORITE PEOPLE: D.L., D.M., F.S., B.S., 
R.L., B.N., AND Michelle who I met on the New 
York trip; GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: not 
going to homeroom; MEMORIES: J.B.'s and skip- 
ping 5th period, summer of '79, and trip to New 
York and Washington. 




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Paula A. Staples 

"D.D." 
Ambition: to travel, go to college; MEMORIES: 
summer of "78"; FAVORITE EXPRESSION" "Bone- 
time;" PRIZES: family, friends, D.P., E.S., my 
nephew, I.E., B.S., and my car. 
True friends are like diamonds 
precious but rare 
false friends are like 
autumn leaves found everywhere 




Jacqueline L. Spencer 

"lackie" 
AMBITION: to be happy and successful at what- 
ever I do; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with family, friends 
— no school; PET PEEVE: unresponsible people, 
school, snobs; FAVORITE PEOPLE: family (espe- 
cailly Ma and Dad) the Mead, friends, MEMORIES: 
father's wedding, brother's graduations, Li'i Jon's 
birth; FAVORITE QUOTE: If you love something, 
set it free. If it comes back to you, it is yours. If it 
doesn't it never was. 





Penny Staples 




Gina StanghellinI 

MEMORIES: all the good times with C.Q., P.B., L.F., 
D.R., West Point; PRIZES: family, friends, memo- 
ries; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Chari, Patty, Lisa, DeDe; 
PET PEEVE: Mondays, losing, deadlines. 



Kathryn Stenquist 




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Darren Stewart 

"Stewy" 
PET PEEVE: sand traps; ACTIVITIES: GOLF 1, 2, 3, 4; 
HOMEROOM REP.: 1, 2; PRIZES: FAMILY, FRIENDS, 
MY R-90. 





Robin Sturtevant 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "DILLIGAF" 
PET PEEVE: waiting, C.B ,K.B. ignorant tourists, no 
snow; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Beaver, K.I., Y.B., ).A., 
T.W., S I., AW., Dad, and the idiots; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: spending money, being with friends, doing 
the real thing; PRIZES: my freedom, gold, friends. 
You're born with nothing and better off that way 
soon as you got something they send someone to 
try and take it away 

Bruce Springsteen 




David Strassel 

"Dave, Boba" 
AMBITION: to be rich; HAPPIEST WHEN: I got 'em 
by the ears; PET PEEVE: no money, fake people; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: the Animals from the North 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Babes, Bones and Buds. 



Craig F. Sullivan 

"Sully" 
AMBITION: to be successful and happy; PET 
PEEVE: Mr. Holten, P.P.D.; FAVORITE PEOPLE: 
Moosh, Deb.; MEMORIES: senior year, summer 
'79, prom; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Like ten!" 




Cindy Strong 

"Cindi" 
AMBITION: to marry Dean and to live life to the 
fullest; PRIZES: D.S., family and friends. 
Lord help me to remember that nothing is going to 
happen to me today that you and" I together can't 
handle. 





Martin Sullivan 

"Marty", "Arthur" 
AMBITION: to travel and go places; HAPPINESS IS 
good times with C.C. and friends; PET PEEVE 
school in general, Berts; FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
"Sprrrrt"; PRIZES: friends and family; ACTIVITIES: 
hockey 2, 3, 4; Deca 3, 4. 



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Wendie Ann Sutherland 

"Mouth", "Wem" 
AMBITION: truckdriver, racedriver; PET PEEVE: cli- 
ques, not being stoned; OUTSTANDING CHAR- 
ACTERISTIC: very outgoing, always happy; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "Hey, What's up?" PRIZES: 
car, Ronnie; ACTIVITIES: gymnastics, working on 
my car. 





Diane Tavare$ 

AMBITION: to enjoy life; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm 
with my friends and Brian; PET PEEVE: cliques, 
school, and two-faced people; WANTED TO DO 
BUT NEVER DID: quit school; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Ya know what I mean;" PRIZES: my family, 
Brian, M.F.I.B, AND C.S. 




Michelle Marie Tanis 

AMBITION: to succeed and be happy; PET PEEVE: 
waiting for people, and people who are not hon- 
est; FAVORITE PEOPLE: family and friends; MEMO- 
RIES: 10/6/80 and 10/ 19/80. 



Duarte Tavares 




Richard Tassinari 

"T." 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: special friends; L.C., B.P., T.L., 
P.F., W.L., L.O. and Mr. S.; MEMORIES: Tidewater 
Inn, 4/25/80, D CD. and the rig, )uly 4, 1980; 
PRIZES: my family, relatives. Brandy and all the 
good times with special people; ACTIVITIES: base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; football 1, 4; Golf 2, 3,; basketball 1, 
2; Homeroom rep. 3, 4; National Honor Society; 
Boys' State; Prom Comm. 3; Senior Show. 
You never ask the price of victory. The heart has 
no truck with cost. There is only one absolute — a 
total you aimed for is achieved, there is a reaffir- 
mation of old values, and sweet serenity. 





Lori Ann Tavareas 

You only live once, but if you live right, once is 
enough.; ACTIVITIES: Band 1, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Prom Comm. 3; 
Spaghetti Supper 4; National Society 3, 4; Leader 
Corps 3, 4; Senior Show. 



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Gregory Taylor 

HAPPIEST WHEN: with a few good friends and 
some good music; PET PEEVE: People who try to 
be someone they're not; MEMORIES: Friday nights 
with B.B. and E.F.; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Give 
me a break."; FAVORITE INDULGENCE: pepperoni 
pizza late at night; PRIZES: Family and friends; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "If you do not understand my 
silence, how will you understand my words." 



Valerie Dorothy Marie Thayer 

"Gertie, Val, Wal, Allewishes" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: Kwis, Fweddie, Den, Pete; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: WBCN is on; FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION: "Alrighta! What a dizzy broad"; FAVORITE 
INDULGENCE: Mint chocolate chip ice cream 
cones; ACTIVITIES: Dean's Council 3, 4; Future 
Teachers 3, 4; AFS 2, 3, 4; Softball 3; Basketball 2; 
Spirit Week Committee 2, 3, 4; )r. Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Senior Show; Avid soccer 
and basketball fan; Eagle 2, 3; Spaghetti Supper. 




Peter Taylor 





Gary Thibault 

"Jr." 
/.MBITION: To become the best at whatever I do; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm with my friends and family; 
PET PEEVE: Two faced people, rainy days; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: C.N., L.H., R.L., MEMORIES: Summer 
of '80, going to Sweden. 




Sandra Tedstone 

"Sandy" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: with someone special; PET 
PEEVE: bills, distance, never enough time, dishon- 
esty; FAVORITE PEOPLE: P.P., N.P., G.P., L.A., 
A.M.K., M.K., L.E., P.A., Doctor and Smelly; MEM- 
ORIES: August of '80, October in Cananda, Hy 
Mall, Scusset Beach, and McD's of Bourne.: PRIZES: 
Friendships, family, happiness, and sanity. 



Rhonda Ann Tocci 

"Rhon, Toch, Toke 
MEMORIES: Amesbury, J.F., the beach, all-nighters, 
Boston College, Toga!!! "The Magic Kingdom," 
)ani — Where's your car?, winter guard, I LOVE 
YOU!!! Good-bye; PRIZES: My family, Travis (my 
shadow), C.B., ).B., S.G., R.C., T.H., Lesch, life, 
love, and happiness. 




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Chikako Tokutomi 

"Chika" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: making something; PET PEEVE: 
any kind of bugs; MOST EMBARRASSING 
MOMENT: When I couldn't understand the mean- 
ing of the question in the test; WANTED TO BUT 
NEVER DID: To get 100 in U.S. History test; GETS 
THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: singing. 



Marybeth Uva 

HAPPIEST WHEN: a stranger says Hello, People 
care, I'm barefoot, the Indians win the Cowboys; 
PET PEEVE: phony people, prejudices, arguments, 
not doing my best, when I don't understand, 
when people panic (especially Julie).; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: My special family (Mom, Dad, Mike, Bob, 
Maureen, and Tom), Julie, Someone I love. MEM- 
ORIES: Athena, Tec #84, 195 (3:30 A.M. - with 
J.Z. and J.L.); FAVORITE EXPRESSION: ~'Such is life", 
"Give me your basic break"; FAVORITE QUOTE: 
"If you're hungry, maybe you're not eating the 
right kind of bread."; PRIZES: Life, chance to know 
and serve God, the peacefulness of the ocean, a 
warm fire, immortality, getting a second chance 
when I mess up, time bv myself 




Caroline Marie Torrance 

"Bish," "Ca" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: drawing, painting, creating, par- 
tying and especially laughing (right D.W.?); PRIZES: 
Family, friends, PC's Art Department, my dog, alli- 
gators, life, memories, and hopes; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: N.R., D.W., E.R., B.T., J.S., D.F„ R.F., P.C, 
K.M., L.T., KB., KB., J.B., C.N., K.W.; FAVORITE 
EXPRESSIONS: Barnyard noises; AMBITION: To 
repaint Boston's Gas Tanks; ACTIVITIES: Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Girl's Sports Club 1, 
2, 3; Yearbook 





Luella Theresa Valentine 

"Lu, Resee' 
AMBITION: To become a reporter or model 
We all know sometimes life's hates and troubles 
Can make you wish you were born in another 
time and space 

But you can bet your life times that and twice its 
double 

That Cod knew exactly where He wanted you to 
be placed 

So make sure when you say you're in it but not of 
it 

You're not helping to make this earth a place 
sometimes called Hell 

Change your sword into truths and then change 
that truth into love 

And maybe our children's grandchildren 
And their great-grand-children will tell." 

Stevie Wonder 




Marcia Tucker 

"Marci" 
AMBITION: To give future generations what I had.; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: It is Friday at 12:30 and Monday 
is a holiday.; PET PEEVE: Mr. Thorsen's looks when 
someone is late for class; SADDEST WHEN: 1 have 
to get up at 5:00 for school.; PRIZES: Brown Uni- 
versity Book Award 80, English Honors Award 80, 
Boston Public Schools Reading Award 79, English 
Award 79.; ACTIVITIES: Volleyball team 9, 10, 11; 
Softball 9, 10, 11. 



Richard Valenzano 

AMBITION: To be successful in whatever I do.; 
HAPPIEST WHEN: 12:20 P.M.; PET PEEVE: school; 
WANTED TO BUT NEVER DID: Tell Mr Holten 
where to go.; PRIZES: Family, friends, car 




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Sarah Anne Verre 

HAPPINESS IS; Being with friends, working at Con- 
stance Carol, sailing.; PET PEEVES: Hypocrites, get- 
ting up at 5 A.M., know-it-alls, people who are 
cruel to animals.; AMBITION: To be a successful 
actress, get along with all people, to be rich, and 
to live in Melbourne, Australia.; PRIZES: My driver's 
license, my friends, my scrapbook of ON], and 
R.F.B., Adele.; FAVORITE PEOPLE: The girls at Con- 
stance Carol, ON], Rosie, M.L., F.D., CD., and 
V.B., Adele.; ACTIVITIES: Dean's Council 3, 4; AFS 
4, Powder Puff Football Game. 




F. Scott Vamum 

Greatest 
My greatest gain — Christ my Saviour 
My greatest loss — To lose my soul 
My greatest object — To Glorify God 
My greatest pride — A Crown of Glory 
My greatest work — To win souls for Christ 
My greatest joy — The joy of God's Salvation 
My greatest inheritance — Heaven and its Glories 
My greatest victory — Over death through Christ 
My greatest crime — To reject Christ the Saviour 
My greatest privilege — Power to be a Son of 
God 

My greatest bargain — The loss of all things to win 
Christ 

My greatest peace — The peace that passeth 
(ALL) understanding 

My greatest knowledge — To know God and 
Jesus Christ whom He hath sent. 

— Dinger 
Acts 16:31, 1 Jn. 1:9, and from the Gospel Jn. 3:16. 
FAVORITE SAYING: T.R.P. - total release per- 
formance, 100% of all I have for God, Colossians 
3:23. 



Elizabeth Viirre 

"Beth" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: concerts, parties, weekends.; 
PET PEEVE: People with no ambition; MEMORIES: 
Summer of 1980; PRIZES: Family, friends, memo- 
ries, and 17 Rabbit; AMBITION: To be successful. 




Beth Anne Vender 

AMBITION: To be an accountant, get married, and 
be happy.; HAPPIEST WHEN: I'm in the mountains 
and when I have no homework.; PET PEEVES: 
moving, backing up, and people who say, "You'll 
be sorry."; MEMORIES: GFLD, weekends with 
T.P., J.C, and K.R., 1/25/79, and summers in 
Manomet; FAVORITE QUOTE: "Silences make the 
real conversation between friends. Not the saying 
but the never needing to say is what counts."; 
PRIZES: My family, friends, and T.K. 





Axel Von Essen 



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Denise J. Wadsworth 

"Dee-Dee: Nest; Wheat: H.H." 
PET PEEVE: People who think they're above every- 
one else; MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT: 10/ 
30/80, falling down the hill in 4th period gym; 
GETS THE BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Pam C. rolling 
her car over!; FAVORITE PEOPLE: Denise P., T.S., 
M.S.; MEMORIES: 10/22/80, II/1/8O, Mass. Mari- 
time Academy keg party. 





Timothy Walsh 




Alexadner John Walker Jr. 

"Scoop, Buzzard" 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: The Bermuda Gang; PET 
PEEVE: roof riders. Rocky Point Park; FAVORITE 
SAYING; "What a loser!"; PRIZES: the Rig when it 
ran, My 3-D's; ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Octo- 
pus staff 3; Octupus Editor 4; Yearbook editor 4. 



John Weatherhead 




Christopher Walsh 





Peter Weeks 



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Ann White 

AMBITION: travel, become a nurse, live a happy 
life; PET PEEVE; empty wallet, working, phony 
people; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: ~'Sun your buns," 
FAVORITE INDULGENCE: partying; MEMORIES: 
summer of 77, good time with good people; 
PRIZES: family, friends, bright eyes; ACTIVITIES: 
Track 1; Latin Club 1, 2; "I shall pass through this 
world but once. Any good therefore, that I can do 
or any kindness that I can show to any human 
being Let me do it now. Let me not defer or neg- 
lect it for I shall not pass this way again." 



Gary Williamson 




Kevin Mark White 

AMBITION: to sit around talking comedy with Mel 
Brooks and Woody Allen; PET PEEVE: no hook on 
my locker for 2 years, my constant car problems; 
FAVORITE PEOPLE: J.V., D.L., G.P., C.A., M.W., 
P.B., family and everyone I know; MEMORIES: Sen- 
ior show. Runaways, Mrs. D's drama class, com- 
edy class, the gang; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Here 
comes the Geek, O - Kaay; PRIZES: family, 
friends, D and D, the green hornet; ACTIVITIES: 
Girl watching 1, 2, 3, 4; Reckless driving 3, 4; Sen- 
ior show director. Donkey Basketball, M.C., AFS, 
the matchmaker. Drama Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; 
Insanity 1, 2, 3, 4. 





Dawn Marie Willis 

"Bish" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: playing and watching Ice 
hockey, listening to music, partying, and laughing 
right C.T.? PET PEEVE: people who never laugh, 
loud mouths; FAVORITE PEOPLE: C.T., S.S., D.S„ 
P.N.p GETS BIGGEST KICK OUT OF: Macduffee's 
face; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Oh, what a Bisn;" 
PRIZES: family, friends; ACTIVITIES: Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Girls sports Club 3, 4. 




Anne Eleanor Whitman 

"Annie" 
AMBITION: to be successful in business; HAPPIEST 
WHEN: with David; FAVORITE PEOPLE: D.C., K.L., 
L.P., A.Z., L.R.; FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Excel- 
lent;" SADDEST WHEN: summer ends; PRIZES: 
David, Freshy, 11-7-79; ACTIVITIES: Dean's Coun- 
cil 4; Future Teachers 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 



Wendy Sue Willis 

PRIZES: family, friends, and a very special person; 
When I walk the path of destiny of what will be 
and what is to come, I will take only one thing with 
me; My memories. Memories to cling to and cher- 
ish. Memories of laughter and tears, of love and 
hate, of good times and bad. Memories that make 
me smile. Memories that make me cry. Memories I 
don't want to lose. Memories that are better for- 
gotten, but will never go away. I have my memo- 
ries only to look back on, but I have my life to look 
ahead. ACTIVITIES: Field hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's Sports Club 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 4; Senior 
Show. 




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Tracy Lee Woodbury 

AMBITION: To be happy in whatever I choose to 

do.; HAPPIEST WHEN: With )ason; PET PEEVE: 

Work, no money; FAVORITE PEOPLE: )ason, Mari<, 

Mom; MEMORIES: May 19, 1980; PRIZES: Jason, 

Family, good times with friends. 

"Day by day I watch you grow 

Then someday I'll watch you go 

The pain I'll feel 

can not express 

Hush my love it's time to rest. 

I.N. 




Marie Wood 

"Ree, Woodie" 
PET PEEVE: S.A. T.A. and a certain Barbarian; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "I'll see you on the darkside of 
the moon." FAVORITE PEOPLE: My family, A.A., 
B.B., P.T., P.B., C.G., ).B., My cousins, S.M., D.C. 
and Lorrie: PRIZES: My family, POLO, Mr. Bill and 
the rest of my bears, summer of '80, and friends; 
"People so seldom say "I LOVE YOU" that when 
they do. Love's gone. So when I say "I LOVE 
YOU" it doesn't mean I know you want to go, just 
that I wish you didn't have to." 





Kathleen Anne Woodward 

"Kathy, Kitten, Kat" 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "Deet-Da-Dee"; AMBI- 
TION: To graduate from college, to be happy and 
take life one day at a time.; PET PEEVE: Ale Always 
having something come between A.D., and me; 
Good byes!, distances, cb's, being short, car acci- 
dents; FAVORITE PEOPLE: P.T., A.D., B.Z., E.F., S.S., 
M.K., D.H., S.M., R.S., T.G., S.C., DP., C.P., T.H., 
J.D., M., S., D.; PRIZES: Family and friends, P.T., 
"3", my nothing book, my G.C, and rainbow, 
Babs, memories of "GRAPES", my Nana, walks 
along the beach with special people, 1980 summer 
at McDonald's, NY., Good times with special 
friends.; ACTIVITIES: Graduation usherette 3, 
Graphic Arts 3, Dean's Council 2, 3, 4, Homeroom 
Rep. 4, Yearbook staff 4, Senior show, Spaghetti 
Supper 4, Senior Dinner Dance 4. 




Wesley Wood 

"Woody" 
HAPPIEST WHEN . . . school's out.; GETS THE BIG- 
GEST KICK OUT OF: Listening to The Who.; AMBI- 
TION: To become independently wealthy.; 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION: "What's up?"; PRIZES: 
Family, Friends, Sports; ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4 



Janice Lee Wright 

HAPPINESS IS: spending time with David, a walk 
along the beach, reminiscing and hoping, keeping 
busy, summer, going out for pizza and popcorn; 
AMBITION: to live a happy, successful life, to 
always be able to smile and to see my dreams 
come true; PRIZES: my relationship with David, our 
relationship with Cheryl and Armen, my family 
(esp. Mom), my memories of Dad, friendships, and 
all the good times; MEMORIES: good times along 
the way with ).P., P-town for 4, 12/25/79, special 
times at Tinkers Dam, 4/25/80, hockey games, 
freshman yr. being elected class secretary, lasagna 
at Morse's; ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Class Secretary 3, 4; field hockey 1, 2; AFS 4; 
cheerleader 4; yearbook staff 4; senior show; jun- 
ior prom comm. 




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Anne M. Zacchilli 

"Annie" 
AMBITION: to live life to its fullest, own a vette 
and a horse; HAPPINESS IS; snowstorms, moon- 
light, parties, laughing and smiling and Bob Seger; 
PET PEEVE: B-12's, snakes, people who don't wave 
back, songs that bring back memories, braces, 
being bored, and goodbyes; SPECIAL BUDDIES: 
A.I., P.B., B.H., CM., KG., S.U., B.L., B.H., Lola and 
M and G; PRIZES: memories of all the good times 
of the summer of '80 and N.H., special friends, 
special buddies, and life. 

To live life to its fullest if is a great extent for man. 
He might step out of time from his march, but if he 
gets back in time, he will be that great extent. 

ME 





Jens Zastrow 

"Dirk's brother" 
HAPPIEST WHEN: my hair sticks up in the morning; 
PET PEEVE: slow wax, cracked tips, blundt dia- 
monds, cold linings, frozen buckles; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: those who exist; OUTSTANDING CHAR- 
ACTERISTIC: I'm very modest (that's what makes 
me so terrific); PRIZES: ideas and time; ACTIVITIES: 
DEVO 3, 4; Warm-jets 4; Graffiti Crimes 4; Punk 
Club 3, 4; Life 4. 
Please. Sithe-bearer. I can't see. 
These exit lights are much too bright. 
And it's not quite time to leave . . . 




Barbara Zacchini 

"Babs" 
HAPPINESS IS: walking the beach with someone 
special; MEMORIES: summer at Macs, Grapes, 
NYC, Bahaha and 3's; FAVORITE QUOTE: "You 
are never given a wish without also being given 
the power to make it true." PRIZES: my family, 
friends, and my kitten, AFFAFE; ACTIVITIES: French 
Club 3; National Honor Society 3, V.P. 5 4; Senior 
Show 4; Student Council Rep. 3; Octopus staff 4; 
yearbook staff 4; archbearer 3; track 3. 



Carole Zupof kf ska 

AMBITION: to become a nurse, to live happily 
ever after with GDN; PET PEEVE: Linda H., "People 
who interfere"; MEMORIES: 3/28/77, Brenda, the 
summer of 80; PRIZES: Glenn, DP, MW. LJSB, peo- 
ple I love; FAVORITE SAYING: "After all it's just a 
weed . . . that becomes a flower ... in our 
minds." 




Carl Zahreciyan 

AMBITION: to own my own business or a good 
steady job or the Coast Guard; GETS THE BIGGEST 
KICK OUT OF: people that try to be funny but are 
not; FAVORITE QUOTE: "Whatever," "Hey, 
dude. What's up?" SADDEST WHEN: nothing to 
do or just hanging around; PRIZES: family, a car, 
and parties and friends; ACTIVITIES: playing foot- 
ball, hockey and baseball in the Spring with my 
friends. 






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AMBITION: to become a teacher and have a 
happy life; HAPPIEST WHEN: with Mark; FAVOR- 
ITE PEOPLE: M.P., JR., P.B., DC.; MEMORIES: 8/ 14 
/79; PRIZES: My family, friends and always Mark. 



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loann Mead 

AMBITION: to go to college and be a happy per- 
son, make a good life for me and my son; HAPPI- 
EST WHEN: my son )on was born; FAVORITE PEO- 
PLE: family, the Spencers, people at T.A.M.; MEM- 
ORIES: having my baby and good times with 
friends; PRIZES: my Mom and Dad, brothers, my 
son, David Snow, Jackie. 
If you love something set it free, 
if it comes back to you it's yours, 
if it doesn't it never was. 




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David Long 

AMBITION: to become a disc jockey, and finish 
my U.W.; PRIZES: my QT. M.C. and of course my 
Baju U.W.; FRIENDS: P.O., P.M., B.C., K.R., B.M., 
T.S.; PET PEEVE: sseds, backstabbers; MEMORIES: 
parties with the good ol' drum line; FAVORITE 
QUOTE: "Why doya think they call 'em taste Buds 
for anyways?" 



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Sandra Martin 

AMBITION: to have a happy and healthy life; HAP- 
PIEST WHEN: with B.D. and having a good time 
with my friends; PET PEEVE: cliques; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Bill, Bobby, )oh, Danny, Lisa, Kathy, Joey; 
SADDEST WHEN: people you love go away; 
PRIZES: family, friends, B.D. 





Marsha Snell 

HAPPIEST WHEN: with Mike and friends; PET 
PEEVE: end of summer, early mornings; FAVORITE 
PEOPLE: Mike D., Tedpebble, L.O., L.C., C.V.T., 
M.H., K.H., D.B.,: MEMORIES: Hot T, Sagamore 
beach, M.D., S.B.G., N.Y., G.T.'s, 6/17/80; 
FAVORITE QUOTE: "Good friends must always be 
together. It's the feeling of oneness when distant 
that proves a lasting friendship"; PRIZES: Michael, 
friends, family. 



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David Snow 





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Tim Healey 


Roger Burnie 


Jeffrey Homes 


David Cashin 


James Ghisalbert 


John Costa 


Michael Mahoney 


Brian Drake 


William Maini 


Philip Derkindren 


Allen McAllum 


Mimi Eade 


Ralph Melisse 


Paul Gaulin 


Lynn Jackson 


Donna Grace 


Steven Rogers 


William Hamblin 


Richard Roderick 



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Ideal Boy and Girl 




BOY 

Eyes like: 
Donald Muldoon 

Hair like: 
Richard Tassinari 

Smile like: 
Tony Bonnano 

Body like: 
John Amiro 

Legs like: 
Brian Smith 

Voice like: 
Ray O'Donnell 

Complexion like: 
Tony Bonnano 

Personality like: 
Tony Silva 



GIRL 

Eyes like: 
Rosemary Defelice 

Hair like: 
MaryAnn Driscoll 

Smile like: 
Elaine Borgatti 

Legs like: 
Laura O'Rielly 

Voice like: 
Laura Corcoran 

Complexion like: 
Sheryl Butler 

Personality like: 
Sherrie Hughes 




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Ten Years From Now . . . 



Will Carrie Torrance still have alligators on every thing she owns? 

Will Eric Kendall still be trying to grow a beard? 

Will Kevin White be a world-known comedian/actor? 

Will Barbara Zuchinni and Kathy Woodward still be crazy over 3's, 3's, 3's 

. . .? 
Will David Flaherty, Bob Quinlin, Al Walker, and Kevin Reid be bald again (this 

tinne with a little help from nature)? 
Will Richard Antoniotti have become a full-fledged Indian? 
Will the juniors still be inferior — definitely! 
Will Sheryl Butler still have the fastest mouth in the east . . . North, West, and 

South? 
Will everyone still love "Ma" Henry? 
Will Yens Zastrow still wear safety pins from head to toe? 
Will Nestor, Chris, and Tony, the infamous trio, rule the world like they ruled 

P.C? 
Will Bob Malone still be partying? 
Will Jimmy Lunetta still be hitting mailboxes? 
Will Mr. Thorsen still have a fro? 
Will the editors of this yearbook have recovered, yet? 
What will you be doing ten years from now? 





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Cheryl Bonito, Nestor Bittelman 



MOST STUDIOUS 

Sherrie Hughes, Lee Smith 






CLASS CLOWNS 

Lauren Barnes, Kevin White 



BEST DRESSED 

Dori Crociati, Chris Pikor 



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BEST ALL AROUND 

Laura O'Rielly, Richard Tassinari 



CLASS SWEETHEARTS 

Sandy Bryden, Bob Clavin 






CLASS PALS 

Carrie Torrance, Dawn Willis 



CLASS PALS 

Jim Paduch, Ralph Lopez 



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MOST TALKATIVE 

Sheryl Butler, Tim Long 




CLASS FLIRTS 

Jane Bodnar, Steve Smith 






HIGHWAY MENACE 

Robin Sturtevant, Al Walker 



CLASS ATHLETES 

Tricia Lyons, Brian Pratt 



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CLASS MUSICIANS 

Laura Corcoran, David Minelli 



BEST LOOKING 

Dori Crociati, Bob Quinlan 




SHYEST 

Rosemary DeFelice, Robert D'Ambrosia 





MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Sherrie Hughes, Nestor Bittelman 



CLASS ARTISTS 

Carrie Torrance, Willie Hamblin 



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Elaine Borgatti 






Sarah Archer 




Tony Bonnano 




Jennifer Benea 




Shelly Brini 




Judy Brown 



Margaret Brown 



Sandy Bryden 



Sheryl Butler 



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Colleen Catton 




Lisa DeCregorio 




Jim Donnell 





Pamela Commeau 




Paula Curran 



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Cheryl Eckard 





Laura Corcoran 




Beth Currier 




Chris Dietlin 




Patti Enos 





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Rosemary DeFelice 




Terry Doherty 








Wendy Ferioli 



Teresa Fernandes 



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Laura McGrath 




Shelly Moorehouse 



Cheryl Neri 






James McCormack 



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Laura O'Reilly 



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Coralee Pratt 




Doreen Rezendes 




Carole Rooney 




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Lori Tavares 



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Carrie Torrance 




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I Love the Nigh+llfe 



The best part of a senior's year was the nightlife. You'd never 
find a senior home on a Friday or Saturday night. The class of 
'81 was always partying somewhere and making memories. But 
where were the memories made? 

Papa Gino's — basketball games — Hanover Mall — at the 
movies - waterfront — parking — concerts — Kenwood 
Acres - working - Mama Mias - on a date - riding around 



at the beach — Morton Pond — packy — at Bert's with a fake 
I.D. — Hyannis — the back seat — babysitting — I don't 
remember — wnting college applications — studying?? — 
McDonalds — hitting mailboxes — watching Saturday Night 
Live — working on my car — at a party — partying!! — and . . . 
getting ROWDIE!! 




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CLASS OFFICERS 

Vice President — Sheryl Butler, Secretary — Janice Wright, Treasurer — Cora- 
lee Pratt; Missing: President - Tony Bonnano. 




STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES 

Chris Sgarzi, Adri Rosa, Tricia Lyons, David Flaherty; Missing: Laura O'Riely. 







D.A.R. AWARD 

Nestor Bittelman 





S.A.C. 

Christine Dietlin, Christopher Bean, Elaine Rock, Sheme Hughes. 



R.A.C. 

Lisa Robinson 



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ALL-STATE BAND AND CHORUS 

David Minelli, Ray O'Donnell, Robert D'Ambrosia. 



SENIOR SHOW DIRECTORS 

Laura Corcoran, Jane Bodnar, |im O'Connell, Kevin White 




JEWISH BROTHERHOOD AWARD 

Chris Sgarzi 





GIRLS' STATE 

Terry Fernandes, Sherrie Hughes, Coralee Pratt; Missing: Cheryl Bonito. 



BOYS' STATE 

Richard Tassinari, Tim Long, Eric Flanders, Chris Sgarzi, Bob (Juinlan, Peter 
Weeks. 



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The Harriers Do It Again 




The Plymouth-Carver Boys Cross Country team had another extraordinary season 
placing first in the O.C.L. for the third straight year and winning their thirty-first straight 
match. Co-Captains Brian Smith and Bob Schwarz paced the Eagles. Congratulations to 
Smith and Schwarz on being selected All-Stars and a special congratulations to Smith 
again who placed fourth in the All-State meet and on being selected to the Globe All- 
Scholastic team. Also, the school wishes Smith, Schwarz and John Genduso the best of 
luck in Wyoming where they will participate in the AAU Junior Olympics. 







The Girls, led by Co-Captains 
Kathy McGrath and Paula Curran 
fared well finishing their season 3-4. 
Congratulations to Kathy for All-Star 
Honorable Mention. Congratulations 
again to the entire team, both Boys 
and Girls on a superb all-around 
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The 1980 PC field hockey team had yet another successful season, 
placing second in the Old Colony League. Senior team captains, Heidi 
Bjornholm and Tricia Lyons, led the squad to an 18-2-4 overall record 
and an 8-2-2 OCL slate. The girls fared well in post-season play by 
advancing all the way to the semi-finals before losing to the eventual 
winner of the tournament, 1-0. Senior Lori Tavares broke the school 
record for most goals scored in a season with 30. This coupled with 
Dana Riedel's 16 goal season enabled the Blue Eagles to break the 
school record for most goals scored in one season with 66. Lyons, 
Tavares, and senior Wendy Willis were all selected as OCL All-Stars. 
Congratulations to the girls for having another superb season. 






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GRID8TER8 HAVE A 
TOUGH GO OF IT 



The PC football team had its share of ups and downs this 
year, as it finished with a 2-6 record in Old Colony action. 
The boys were very inexperienced, and that is what made 
for the below-par season. Only a handful of seniors took to 
the field each week with tri-captains Brian Pratt, Paul Fraco- 
lassi, and Bruce MacVarish leading the way. Coach Carl Frey- 
ermuth did everything in his power to make the boys into a 
winning squad, but the Old Colony League was full of pow- 
erhouses and that made things difficult. Pratt, Fracolassi, and 
Tom Snarsky were selected as honorable mentions in All-star 
voting at the season's end. The school is proud of the effort 
PC's 1980 football team put forth, and we wish the gridsters 
the best of luck next year. 




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Golfers Top OCL 




For the first time since 1967, the PC 
golf team captured the OCL crown. 
With a 15-1 slate. The direction of sec- 
ond-year coach John Siever and the 
leadership of seniors Darren Stewart, 
Dave Minelli, Dave McGookin, Bill Har- 
vey and Dave Flaherty spurred the 
Eagles to their first-place finish, juniors 
Brian Stewart and Mike Fitzhenry and 
sophomore Rick Rumble also played key 
roles in the club's success story. Brian 
Stewart, Fitzhenry, and Minelli repre- 
sented PC at the OCL all-league match 
where the Eagles placed third. Congrat- 
ulations to the 1980 team for giving PC 
its first title in 13 years. 










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Although the PC soccer team did not finish as high up in league action 
as it hoped to, a 9-5-1 slate is nothing to be embarrassed about. The 
squad ended the season just one win away from qualifying for state 
tournament play. Under the leadership of tri-captains Tim Long, Greg 
Bavelock and Bob Quinlan, and with coach Emerson Coleman at the 
helm, the team gave PC the best overall record it has seen from a soccer 
team in seven years. Senior Adri Rosa and sophomore Jerry McHugh 
were selected as first team All-stars at the season's end. Long, Bavelock, 
Willy Hamblin and Mike Jeppeson, all seniors, along with junior Carlos 
Williams, were picked as second team All-stars. Congratulations to the 
soccer team for making such a fine showing. 






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Hoopsters OCL Champs 
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The PC boys' basketball team picked up where they left off 
last year and trampled everyone in their path on their way to 
their second straight Old Colony League title. The squad ended 
up with a perfect 16-0 slate in OCL action and were ranked 
third in the state for a good part of the season by both Boston 
newspapers. Captain and three-year starter Brian Pratt was the 
driving force behind the hoopsters' superlative effort, while 
fifth-year coach Marty Thorsen provided the necessary tactical 
know-how. Everyone at PC is proud of the team, so why not 
keep the OCL crown here at PC for another couple of years? 





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After the loss of many seniors from last year's team, the Plym- 
outh-Carver Girls' Basketball team underwent a dismal 0-18 sea- 
son. Behind the leadership of co-captains Heidi Bjornholm and Tri- 
sha Lyons, the girls underwent the pain of a rebuilding year. We 
thank the girls for their hard work and effort. First-year Coach Bar- 
bara Barros Waithe can only look forward to next season. 





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^ Plymouth-Carver's Gymnastfcs' squad had its m6st successful 
season since its establishment placing third in the O.C.L. this 
year. Under the leadership of Coach Janet Murphy and the 
inspiration of co-captains Maureen Brown and Beth Vender, the 
girls came only 4 points from a second place finish and a tour- 
ney birth. This year's squad is a team to be proud of and the 
girls should be complimented on their effort and endless deter- 
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The PC hockey team, under the guidance of first-year coach 
Tom Rogers, fought its way to a very respectable 8-6-2 record 
in the Old Colony League. That was good enough for a third- 
place finish. The squad's season could have been much better, 
or much worse for that matter, as the Blue Eagles won and lost 
by some very slim margins. The icemen were led by a slew of 
seasoned seniors, but a few underclassmen contributed to the 
hockey team's effort. Congratulations to Mr. Rogers and to his 
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WRE9TLERS DO AN 
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The PC boys' wrestling team had to settle for its second 
straight co-championship in the Old Colony League this year. 
The squad beat the very tough Trojans of Bridgewater-Rayn- 
ham in the last OCL math of the year to climax the outstanding 
season. The grapplers finished with a very impressive OCL 
record of 6-1. Under the leadership of tri-captains Greg Bavel- 
ock, Russ Delaney, and Dan King, and with veteran coach Dick 
Ward guiding the team, how could they go wrong? Congratu- 
lations to the 1980-81 wrestling team for a job well done . . . 
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Although Double Session does have its draw- 
backs, it also has its positive side. Since dismissal 
is at 12-12:20 many students have had the 
opportunity to seek jobs. P.C.H.S. students can 
be seen working in all types of places, from gas 
stations to banks, from fastfood places to ele- 
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The Prep: Docksider's, chinos, buttondown collars, turtlenecks, oxfords, anything alli- 
gator, FM-105. 

The Athlete: P.C. Glory jackets, Nike's, Levi's (Lee's or Wrangler's), various shirt styles, 
"Lola." 

The Concert Lover: Boots, Levi's, concert t-shirts, plaid shirts, J. Ceils, Foghat, Rush, 
frisbees, COZ. 

Miss Chic: Baggies, Calvin Kleins, kilts, textured stockings, turned-up collars, wide belts, 
spiked shoes, "Vogue," "Glamour." 

Punk: Safety pins, ties, stripes, bright colors, rolled-up sleeves, hair that sticks up, 
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ALWAY9 AND FOREVER 

"Always and Forever" . . , that is how long our memories of 
our Junior Prom will last. The Prom was held on April 26, 1980 
at the Chateau de Ville in Randolph. A full course meal was 
served, and afterward the Class of 1981 danced the night 
away. The evening was enjoyed by all. Special thanks go to 
Laura O'Reilly, Al Walker and the many others who helped to 
make the night a success. 





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Homecoming 1980 




This year, the P.C. Student Council put together a great Spirit Week. Hat Day, Idol 
Day, Girl Hush Day, Punk Day, and Fifties Day were just ome of the events that were 
included. 

The Student Council also tried to start the tradition of Homecoming. Although the 
dance was cancelled, the King, and Queen, and their court were named at the best 
pep rally ever. The Queen was Sandy Bryden, and her court, Laura O'Reilly, Maureen 
Brown, Barbara Zacchini and Heidi Bjornholm. The King was Bob Clavin, and his court, 
Greg Bavelock, Brian Ruxton, Richard Tassinari, and Tony Bonnano. The winners were 
revealed after the student body was treated to a variety of comic presentations, 
namely the male cheerleaders. Everyone agreed that the pep rally was the 'peppiest' 
one we have had in a long time. Thanks, Student Council. 



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ENTHU8IA9M! ... AT 7:00 A.M.? 



Some of our classmates have found it difficult, to say the least, to 

be at school, functioning at 7:00 in the morning. For many, there is 

but one way to beat the good old alarm clock and that is to simply 

ignore it. Others do make the effort to get to school but once there, 

teachers find it hard to keep these young, active minds young and 

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i*iu nian icnool ueari are iuit about ouef. Une time went bu io fait, but the memories will linger on. 
^Ari we matured and changed So did the fads, the hangouts, the people, and the events, .y^s ^ look bach, 
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ifjnotnore Mear 

September 1978 — first gear of high School! ... J7 m So nervous! . . . ZJhis School s so huge!!! 
. . . What s mu locher combination .^ • • • ( Where s mu locher.^J . . . Uhe dau s So long — eleven periods! 
. . . Class ol-iicers-Aeannette, ^\evin, rU.isa, and C^ddu . . . rf/rs. ^Seating is our ciass advisor . . . 
Calendars to Sell . . . cJLevis . . . ciogS . . . j-^ubiic ^peahing . . . dSiologu and Irogs — ^ich . . . 
lAJorld Cultures with ililrs. ZJhompson . . . itlodern C^uropean J4istoru . . . .J>tudu hails and a 
courtuard:! . . . clubs, clubs, clubs, — l/Sut J/ don t want to be a teacher! / ep rallies . . . class dues 
25(^ . . . illlr. Zrleming prevails — Will the following recalcitrants pieaSe report to mu office i . . . 
iflid-uears . . . Class rings . . . jDriver Oa. . . . the ^hah is exiled . . . ZJhree iVliie .ysiand 
^\ ^At (/.J C^C^ I H I ! . . . Will it happen in f-^lumouth, tooi . . . Oj-^C^C . . . \-jaS prices are up again! . . . 
/■^J^^AtJJ s . . . ZJhe drinking age is raised !! ! . . . ^tar Wars . . . j-^lumouth (/Jeach . . . ^ree v^ird . . . 

(JSoston . . . f-^rettu ,Jjau . . . rf/egawimps — Uhanhs Ljcorge ! ! . . . ZrinaiS . . . Uheu re so 
hard!! . . . 

junior Mear 

September 1979 . . ■ .Ujouble sessions! ! ! . . . We re the little hids again! . . . J4omeroom is at 7 
o clock in the morning ! ! . . . ^Jonuts . . . Cherul, ^herui, Aanice, and Coralee . . . illlrS. ttliorse and 
illir. ZJarantino are class advisors . . . itlagazine sales . . . i4--~>. ^Jristoru . . . f-^arking Space is limited 
. . . Zrear of being towed! . . . Candies and baggies . . . C^xcelient! . . . <U.icenses . . . Aunior bogS hunt 
underclassmen girls . . . .J^ection 32 . . . I/Sasketball team wins LJCcJ. . . . JLJisco . . . -^.^U S and 
achievements . . . we hear that the underclassmen are rowdu . . . ilo mid-uear exams!!! . . . USlueS 



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(fJrofnei'i . . . Uhe ^Afmerican Ljigolo . . . ^11 f"C "'««« ''-*• Sjfic IVall . . . l/^aiul CfOci to inontreal 
. . . junior nrom at the C^nateau ae Ultle . . . nuftiei . . . rJji'iic-in . . . tfic cri.u'.i in ^/rait . . . llu'n' 
^yranll . . . ileiion f-^arli . . . JLet d go out for tfreahjadt ! . . . S^cniors leave . . . ^iiniord tahe ocer 
. . . lAJnat a uear — wait until next . . . 

J^eniof i4ear 

^eptemtter 1980 — We finallu made it!! . . . ZJonu, ^nerui, Aanice, and Corafee . . . ff/r. UliorSen 
and iVliii dSrocK are adviion . . . U^oott>all . . . (^aptaini dSrian, ^rrec, and (JSruce . . . (^onceSiion stand 

— lAJiil ionieone pieaie lyahe f . . . donheu l/SadhettjaU L/anie . . . t/^ut u/iat if tne donueu . . .; ... 

iliheS . . . J^adi iftoed . . . f-^renpie look . . . ^\enwood ^Jrcrei . . . (^roii L^ountru 31-1 . . . Soccer games 
. . . C^aptaini l/^oo, ZJim and ^feg ■ ■ ■ (Lconomicd for everuone ! . . . (^aligufa — ^6 a head . . . Itlri. 
.J^enr^ goei after bo^i, too! c! . . . Zrield J4ocheg doei great . . . ZJricia and ^Meidi co-captaini . . . JLola 
. . . the ^\inKS . . . rf fount J^t. ^J4eien . . . Charter tries again . . . but laili . . . frof). 2 fjaiiei! ! ! . . . 

iVlr. Uhorien A hair! . . . Jordan ieei manu Seniors . . . l^iaii meeting — lAJhat a zoo! . . . 
Spaghetti Supper . . . L,api and Ljowni measurements . . . Will we malie it til Aune f . . . K^ollege 
applications and acceptances ... ^ can t wait! . . . f<Coclt n f<^oil taljes its stand . . . ^fjringsteen . . . 

iVleilo illlanor . . . ivlidnite shows . . . ZJear \jaS . . . We made the news! . . . f-^unli-out . . . Ujevo 

. . . f-^lans being made for the Senior J^how . . . ^Jirectors are Aane, <J^aura, ^Sevin and Aim . . . 

(/Sashetbail . . . L,aptain is dorian . . . f-^lans being made for IjSermuda, lAiorida, I'irginia (/Jeach . . . 
dinner ^ance at (^hristo s . . . f-^rett^ ^ag . . . ^oon Cjraduation . . . What next: . . . 

_Ar/ times it was a struggle, but it loohs lihe we made it. We ve all been in a hurru to grow ufj; but as 
the time approaches to leave, we are a bit hesitant. .3t S been reai, guus! 



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MORNING STUDENT COUNCIL 
1st row: Treasurer M. Murray, Pres. Nestor Bittelman, Sec. T. Brady; 2nd row: T. 
Bonnano, S. Butler, C. Pratt, L. Robinson, Y. Bolduc, Adv. Mr. Taylor; 3rd row: F. 
Brewster, C. Dietlin, A. Rosa, |. Costa; 4th row: L. Cordeiro, C. Sgarzi, P. Greg- 
ory, M. Frazier; 5th row: C. Bean, S. Hughes, C. Pearson, J. Henue, B. Borgatti, T. 
Lyons. 

AFTERNOON STUDENT COUNCIL 
1st row: M. Murray, N. Bittelman, T. Brady; 2nd row: C. Alliquandro, C. Mag- 
ner, D. Tousignant, j. Aldrovandi, B. Burke; 3rd row: B. Nelson, D. Sullivan, D. 
Casali, C. Pierce, D. Allegrini. 




The Student Council, under the direction of Nestor Bittelman 
and Mr. Taylor, had a very productive year. The most impor- 
tant accomplishment was starting the breakfast program. From 
an Eagle McMuffin to fresh fruit, the P.C. morning student can 
now get a good start for the busy day. The Student Council also 
sponsored a rowdy donkey basketball game and an imaginative 
Spirit Week. All the members of the Student Council deserve 
congratulations for their hard work and a fine year. 



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HONOR SOCIETY 
1st row: C. Dietlin, A. Rosa, C. Sgarzi, D. Flaharaty, T. Fernandes, B. Zac- 
chini, L. Godfrey, C. Mahon, B. Vender, N. Roberts, L. Tavares; 2nd row: 
B. McVarish, M. Uva, S. Hughes, D. Santheson, B. Furtado, B. Newell, ). 
Grady, ). )ose, C. Firmin, L. McGrath, Advisor Mrs. Joyce Ruprecht; 3rd 
row: E. Rock, R. Tassinari, E. Borgatti, L. Smith, N. Bittleman, K. Peterson- 
Styblo, C. Bean, T. Snarsky, R. Enos, |. Paduch. 



OFFICERS 
Sitting: Terry Firnandes — Pres.; Left to right: Laura McGrath — sec, Bar- 
bara Zucchini — Treas., Carol Firmin — V.P. 




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MARCHING BAND 




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The band for the 80-81 season membered 150 and was led 
onto the field by Brent Chenard, Valerie Ryder and Mr. Crociati. 
Important events for the band included the Andover competi- 
tion, where the band placed first in every category, the Beverly 
competition, where they placed second, and the Falmouth 
Christmas Parade, where they tied for first place. The band also 
gave their annual April concert at Memorial Hall. Marching 
instructors for the 1980 season: Peter Glass, Terry Zinsius, Frank 
Greele, Kathy Glyen, Ed and GerryLynn Corwin, Randy 
DeCosta, Joe Casey and Fred Lescher. 




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AFS OFFICERS AND EXCHANGE STUDENTS 
1st row: Treasurer A. Correa, President L. Reggiani, Secretary G. MacVarish, Advisor Mr. Allen; 2nd 
row: C. De)ong, C. Vargas, F. Pedras; 3rd row: E. Crignani, F. Dreckman, C. Tukatomi, V. Malnuti; 4th 
row: A. Von Essen, M. Jeppeson. 



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picture at left: 1st row: W. Ferioli, D. Cro- 
ciati; 2nd row: L. O'Reilly, J. Nemec; 3rd 
row: C. Pratt, L. Codeiro; 4th row: S. 
Socha, C. Eckerd; 5th row: P. Nicklas, A. 
Feriolo. 

picture bottom left: 2nd row: M. Driscoll, J. 
Nemec, L. Cordeiro, C. Pratt, W. Ferioli, W. 
Lewis; 1st row: J. Jesse, D. Crociati, C. Pear- 
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 
1st row: V. )esse, C. Paone, V. Ryder, 
H. Churchill R. Tocci, Miss Davis, B. 
Krueger, L. Smith, R. Antoniotti, L. 
Baron, M. Driscoll, S. Souza; 2nd row: L. 
Maccaferi, M. Murray, B. Currier, C. 
Smith, M. Reagan, ). Jose, E. Flanders, B. 
Borgatti, T. Lyons, V. Thayer; 3rd row: 
C. Thompson, |. Costa, S. Pina, D. 
FHaynes, N. McHugh, B. Borsari, D. 
Roderick, S. Shierburg, T. Poracey, A. 
Tichnor, ). Brennan, L. Corcoran, A. 
Keefe, W. Dennis. 





FUTURE TEACHERS 
1st row: S. Varnum, K. Lopes, W. Lewis, 
L. O'Rielly, S. Butler, S. Moules; 2nd 
row: C. Eckhart, M. Mitchell, S. Moor- 
house, D. Roderick, L. Barnes. 





DEAN'S COUNCIL 
1st row: V. Jesse, C. Paone, D 
Dunn, Advisor Mrs. Mary Henry, B 
Kreuger, P. Smith, D. Ellsworth, E 
Borgatti, S. Hughes, L. Barnes, L 
Reggiani, K. Lopes, C. Firmin, J 
Desisto, L. Peritzien, W. Lewis; 2nd 
row: N. Ibarra, E. Fiedler, C. Mahon, 
S. Butler, L. Ezersky, L. Costa, A. 
Lagombina, R. Tocci, M. Viera, D. 
Crociati, L. Corcoran, C. S., C. 
Brady, L. Brown, S. Grinell; 3rd row: 
V. Thayer, D. Mahoney, L. Aresta, 
M. Uva, N. Harlow, S. Moorhouse, 
K. Anderson, A. Keefe, C. Miller, L. 
Lagrecca; 4th row: R. Barnes, S. Bry- 
dan, M. McCarthy, B. Borgatti, M. 
Driscoll, T. Lyons, W. Ferioli, P. Bas- 
sert. 



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DECA 
1st row: B. Reardon, V.P., L. Hickey, 
Treas., M. Sullivan, Pres., W. Ferioll, 
Sec; 2nd row: D. Crociati, K. Stenquist, 
T. Schneider, ). Clapp, T. Valentine, P. 
Murphy. 





FUTURE NURSES 
Left to right: T. Brady, ). Brennan, B. 
Flanders, J. Maguire, R. DeFelice, M. 
Brown. 





MODEL CONGRESS 
T. Bonnano, C. Bean. 




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DRAMA CLUB 
1st. row: R. Hood, L. Corcoran, ) 
Paduch, K. White, Advisor Ms. Dra- 
ghetti, ). Bodnar, L. Robinson; 2nd row 
G. Pearson, W. Dennis, D. Fenrick, R 
Lopez, R. Zupperoli; 3rd row; V, 
Thayer, D. Louzon, S. Moules, G 
Doherty, A. Eckhert; 4th row: L 
Lagrecca, K. Anderson, P. Curran, R 
Tocci, A. Toutain, J. Dilazzaro, A 
Zachilli, K. Gordon, J. Heppner. 



CHAMBER SINGERS 
S. Brini, R. O'Donnell, K. Cellar, P. Jesse, 
J. Malafronte, J. Bodnar, S. Moules, R. 
O'Keefe, R. Hood. 





MATH AND SCIENCE CLUB 
1st row: |. Huntington, T. Brady, J. Dela- 
ney; 2nd row: D. Corbett, C. Firmin, C. 
Bean, S. Risney, D. Marks. 




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SOUTH EAST DISTRICT BAND 
Left to right: D. Minelli, T. VandinI, R. 
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CONCERT CHOIR 
1st row: ). Heppner, S. Whitten, M. 
Carr, |. Bodnar, R. O'Donnell, S. 
Moules, K. Geller; 2nd row: K. MOrgan, 
S. Brini, R. Hood, R. Lopez, K. Hirdle, R. 
Couter; 3rd row: Mrs. Thorton, D. Har- 
kins, ). Degill, ). Malafronte, P. )esse, P. 
AVeni, E. Simmons, L. Barns, ). Paducit; 
4th row: D. Butler, P. Fleming, D. 
Buechs, R, O'Keefe, D. Fenrick, J. Dila- 
zarro, A. Echert, T. Mullen. 





SEMSBA CHORUS 
1st row: J. Bodnar, P. Jesse, K. Geller, S. 
Moules; 2nd Row: S. Brini, |. Mala- 
fronte, ). Paduch, E. Simmons, R. 
O'Donnell; 3rd row: D. Fenrick, R. 
O'Keefe, R. Hood. 




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LEADER CORPS 
Back row: Elaine Rock, Beth Borgatti, 
Sherrie Hughes, Sheryl Butler, Elaine 
Borgatti; Front row: Laurie Aresta, Lori 
Tavares. 





OCTOPUS STAFF 
Back row: Barbara Zacchini, Nestor 
Bittlemen, Doug Lauzon, Paula Cur- 
ran, Don Ropes, Bob Gill, Martin 
Thorsen, Advisor, Maureen Kelly, 
Lauren Barnes, Sherrie Hughes, Les- 
lie Breenne, Betsy Flanders, Lynne 
LaCreccal; Front row: John Fullerton 
Greg Mathis, George Brenner, Al 
Walker. 





LIBRARY INTERNS 
1st row: ). Fade, Librarians, Mrs. Whit- 
ing and Mrs. Bramhall, K. Lopes; 2nd 
row: L. Codeiro, R. Roderick, L. Coutts, 
P. Pearson; 3rd row: C. Albertti, C. 
Thompson, P. Bassett. 




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AERONAUTICS 
1st row: D. Nash, T. Brady, R. Cervales; 
2nd row: C. Greer, J. Brennan, J. Shea, 
S. Borgatti, B. Kalantari. 





LATIN CLUB 
1st row: L. Smith, L. Jarvio, ). Rose, K. 
Hennessey, L. McGrath, C. Dietlin, M. 
Conley, J. Grady, P. Gregory; 2nd row: 
M. Mahoney, M. Lapsley, G. Bavelock, 
T. Brady, R. Foley, D. Walker; 3rd row: 
Advisor Ms. Madeline Hannafin, B. 
Mulaney, D. Corbett, B. Quinlan, D. 
Curtis, J. Romanelli. 





AUTOMOTIVE 
1st row: G. Thibault, R. Jerome, K. 
Healy, C. Lovell, D. Libro, A. Mazzilli, K. 
Reid; 2nd row: J. Thompson, M. Hall, D. 
Guidetti, D. Santos, R, Jerrier, Instruc- 
tors Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Ward, Mr. Fair- 
banks; 3rd row: |. Fratus, J. Pulglisi, K. 
Maier, M. Sprague; 4th row: W. Ogg, 
T. Minear, K. Hughes, D. Halunen. 




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BOY'S SPORTS CLUB 
1st row: D. Harvey, B. Pratt, T. Long, B. 
Quinlan; 2nd row: B. Coddard, E. Ken- 
daH, C. Scarzi, B. Mullaney; 3rd row: R. 
Tassianari, R. Antonetti, T. Brady, S 
Morris. 





GIRLS SPORTS CLUB 
1st row: D. RideL L. LaCrecca, T. Lyons, 
E. Borgatti, W. Willis, C. Torrance, P. 
Curran, L. Smith; 2nd row: J. Henneue, 
A. Carlin, C. Pierce, C, Martin. 







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YEARBOOK EDITORS 
Co-Editors-in-Chief; Kim Griffin, Elaine Rock; Editors: Nancy Roberts, Sheryl But- 
ler, Lauren Barnes, Carole Rooney, Paula Curren, Rhonda Tocci, Al Walker 




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ADMINISTRATION 




SUPERINTENDENT 
Mr. F. Edward Nicolas 




VICE-PRINCIPAL 
Mr Paul Fleming 

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SECRETARY 
Mr. Cecilia Borgatti 




ASST. SUPERINTENDENT 
Mr. William Cault 




DEAN OF STUDENTS 
Mrs. Mary Henry 




CLERICAL AIDE 
Mrs. Donna Bradford 




PRINCIPAL 
Mr. Wilbert Cingolani 




ASSISTANT DEAN 
Mrs. Joan Weinman 




CLERICAL AIDE 
Mrs. Audrey Strassel 





VICE-PRINCIPAL 
Mr. Robert Holton 




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SECRETARY 
Mrs. Marion White 




CLERICAL AIDE 
Mrs. Natalie Wirtzburger 



FACULTY AIDE 
Mrs. Melisa Smith 



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Guidance 




So, you are seventeen and you don't know what you a *°"' 
want to do with the rest of your life! Never fear!! it's the 
P.C. Guidance department to the rescue. 




Mrs. lean Patenaude 






Miss Patricia Comiskey 



Mr. Horace Turner 



Mr. Thomas Rogers 








Mr. Maurice Worth 



Mr. Warren Valente 



Mr. John Shaw 



Mr. Francis Rose 





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Mrs. Doris Roncarati 



SECRETARY 
Mrs. Coleen Terry 



CLERICAL AIDE 
Mrs. Ann Ferazzi 



CLERICAL A,IDE 
Mrs. Patricia Vecchi 



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EN6LI9H 



The PC. English Department has recently undergone 
changes in order to make itself more better. And believe 
me, it done good. Most students graduate knowing the 
alphabet. Hear at P.C, we is proud. 







COORDINATOR 

Mr Mark McQuillan 




Mr. John Allen 



Mrs. Rita Leonard! 



Mr. Yoshiro Sabonmatsu 



Mr. Allen Cohen 




Ms. Karen Martin 





Mr. John Smith 



Ms. Janet Draghetti 




Mr. Brian Morse 







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Mrs. leanne Strassel 



Ms. leanne Johnston 



Mrs. Mary O'Connor 



Mr. Martin Thorsen 



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Mrs. Julia Kispert 




Ms. Betty Ardolino 




Mrs. Betty Wagner 



English 




Mr. Robert Wade 




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Mrs. Donna Petrangelo 







Mrs. Carol Lamb 




Mr. Michael Olendzenski 




Mr. Joel Werthman 




Mrs. W. Fay Cillis 





Mr. Neal Weiss 




Mr. James Cadbois 




Mrs. Sue Spitnalli 



Mrs. Linda Renaud 



MATHEMATICS 



Do you often wonder what the logarithmic integral 
equivalent of the basic trigonometric identities as the limit 
on alpha approaches infinity is? 

Well, even if you haven't, just a few quick courses 
from the P.C. Math Dept. and you'll be able to do it in 
your sleep — if it doesn't put you to sleep. 




Mr. Michael O'Connor 





COORDINATOR 

Mr. Thomas Williams 




Mrs. Joyce Ruprech 





J/ 
Mrs. Joan Delano 




Mr. Peter Fachetti 





Mrs. Rebecca Palmisano 




Mrs. Donna Ryan 



Mrs. Nancy Morse 



Mrs. Catherine Princiotto 



Mr. James Bailey 



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MATHEMATIC9 




Mr. Stephen Corvini 






Mrs. Claire Marty 



Miss Andrea Vaz 



Mrs. Melanie Dolloff 





Mr. Russell Randall 



Mr. Edward Brigman 




Mrs. Elizabeth Gil 





Mr )ohn Lee 



Mr. Guy Roy 



Mrs. Elizabeth Renfrew 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



Here in the History Department they teach it all. Where else can one get such 
a well-rounded education? True or False: The American Revolution was actually 
started when a colonial rebel put Ben-Gay in King George's Preparation-H. If you 
went to P.C., you would know. 



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COORDINATOR 

Miss Phyllis lohnson 




Mr. Charles Hussey 




Miss Mary Ann Devin 



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Mr. Joseph DeSisto 



Mr. Benjamin Hatch 




Mrs. Anne Celler 






Mr. John Bongiovanni 



Mrs. Andrea Keating 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 







Mr. Edward Could 



Mr. Kenneth Taylor 



Mr. Joseph Robinson 



Mr. William Nagle 







Mrs. Alba Thompson 



Mr. Henry Shea 



Mr. Scott Stevens 



Mrs. Susanne Kotowski 




Mr. David Tarantino 






Mr. Mark Tanguay 



Mrs. Barbara Lloyd 



Mr. David Whiting 



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9CIENCE 




l^^'Who broke Mrs. Colley's leg !*"''■ 




You never know what'll happen next in the science 
department. From biology to physics, there is always 
something new to interest you. If nothing else, you'll learn 
not to light a match in front of the gas jets. 







COORDINATOR 
Mr. Nicolla Nicozzi 





Mrs Margaret Angell 



Mr. )oel Leonardi 



Mr. Robert Stuart 



Mr. David Barlow 




Mr. Kenneth Lyons 







Mr. Michael Stringer 



Mrs. Dawna Colley 



Mrs. Mary Shinney 



Mr. Steven Davies 



218 



SCIENCE 







Mrs Muriel Dennull 



Mr. Douglas Edwards 



Mr. Ronald Gomes 



Mr. Perrin Hughes 







Mrs. Dorothy Johnson 



Mrs. Lois Levine 



Mrs. Susan Offner 



Mr. Roger Perry 





Mrs. Sheila Petrocelli 



LAB ASSISTANT 
Mrs. Helen Laine 



219 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



So, you really get into verb conjugations and making 
funny nasal sounds. Well, P.C. has a department for you. 
The students credit their bilingual talents to this diverse 
department. Weil, yeah, many admitted that their crib 
notes were a big help, too. 




COORDINATOR 
Miss Iris Albertini 




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Mrs. Sharon Chavez 





Miss Carol Davis 





Mrs. Lydia Marcelonis 



Mrs. Elaine Fiorillo 



Mrs. Roberta Falkner 



Mr. Brian Souza 







Miss Mary Mouvos 



Miss Madeline Hanafin 



Mrs. Jeanne Deane 



Mrs. Nancy Stevens 



220 



PHY9ICAL EDUCATION 



Who are those poor physical specimens 
who try to make PC. students great physical 
specimens? None other than the P.C. Physical 
Education Department. This elite group of ath- 
letes can effortlessly run long, jump high, roll 
over and die. They do it all! 






CHAIRMAN 
Mr. Harold Rogers 








ATHLETIC COORDINATOR 
Mr. Henry Cryer 




Miss Nancy MacDuffer 



Mr. John Siever 



Mrs. Jane Graceffa 



Mrs. Karen Morrissey 




Mr. Richard Ward 





Mr. Dennis Azevedo 





Mrs. Barbara Waithe 





Miss Maribeth Ahearn 




Mr. Karl Braun 



Mr. Carl Fryermuth 



Mrs. Mary Cox 



Mr. Peter Murphy 



221 



INDU9TRIAL ARTS AND MUSIC 



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Did you ever wonder what it feels like to make some- 
thing ail by yourself? Or for that matter, what it feels like 
to get your hand caught in the band-saw? Well, here at P- 
C, these dedicated teachers will give you the chance to 
do both. 





Mr. Richard Maichie 



Mr. Paul Gerrier 



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Mr. Arthur Axon 





Mr. lames Flaherty 



Yes, P-C has a department that even Lawrence Welk 
could certainly be proud of. From the vocalizing of the 
choir to the harmonic undertones of the P-C Band, cham- 
pagne entertainment is at its best. Who knows? Maybe 
some day they'll even pre-empt WPLM! 




CHAIRMAN 
Mr. Ronald Malaquias 




Mr. Terry Ward 




GRAPHIC ARTS 
Mr. Ernest Johnson 





Mr. Anthony Pepe 




Mr. Clifford Sampson 




AUTOMOTlVb 
Mr. William Fairbanks 




MUSIC 
Mr. Mario Crociati 



MUSIC 
Mrs. Sylvia Thorton 



222 



FINE ARTS 



Michelangelo, watch out! Here comes the P.C. Art 
Department, which encourages students to develop their 
artistic talents. At this writing, all art students have mas- 
tered their stick figures. , 






Ms. Dorothy Hebden 



Miss Linda Sauer 



Mrs. Candace Glendye 



HOME EC0N0MI09 



Do you often burn yourself with your Easy-Bake Oven? 
Do you find yourself stapling and gluing your hems? Well, 
with a few quick lessons from the P.C. Home Ec. Dept. 
you'll be a renowned Culinary Technician by anyone's 
standards. 






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CHAIRMAN 
Mr. Patrick Berry 




Mr. Douglas Short 




CHAIRPERSON 
Mrs. Beverly Thomas 




Miss Sara Brock 



Mrs. lackie Bouley 



Mrs. Shirley Strauch 



Miss Deborah Hamilton 



223 



BU9INE88 AND DATA PROCESSING 



From Typing I to Office Simulation, this department is 
essential for proper preparation for the outside world. 
After all, where else can you get personal instruction on 
how to successfully cheat on your income tax returns? 




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CHAIRPERSON 
Mrs. Leona Swartz 






DISTRIBUTIVE ED. 
Mr. Marvin Huban 




Mrs. Jeanne Corbett Mr. Gene Campanale 





Mrs. Maureen Melevsky 




Mr. Walter Correa 





Ms. Carlotta Gonsalves 




Mrs. Inger Martinelli 




Mr. William T. Turpin Jr. 



Ms. Patricia Morgan 



Mrs. Patricia Morse 



Mrs. Mary Ann McKenna 



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READING SPECIALISTS AND SPECIAL ED. 






Mrs. Ruth Griswold 



Mrs. Bernice Haigh 



Mrs. Pauline Werner 




Mrs. Deborah Naglieri 




SPECIAL ED. CHAIRMAN 
Mr. Dennis Aresta 





Miss Aurelia Schaefer 




Mr. William Clark 





Miss Barbara Rodes 





Mr. Vincent Cohee 




Miss Jane Amiro 



Miss Patricia Cosgrove 




Miss Deborah Kostachuk 



Mr. James Peterson 



Mr David Roberts 



225 



LIBRARIANS, AUDIO-VISUAL, NURSES 









1 don I care it the Mafia is atter you 


you can t use the 


back door!!! 






"What do 


you mean this projector ^ 


A/on't work — it's 


my very best 


!" 




"'I'm sorry 


if a buzz saw cut your hand off, but if you 


don't have a 


pass, 1 can't treat you." 




These are 


just a few of the things 


that these faculty 


members have been heard to say. 






LIBRARIAN 
Mrs. Patricia White 




AERONAUTICS 
Mr. Willard Mondeau 





LIBRARIAN 
Mrs. Leslie Morris 




A.V. COORDINATOR 
Mr. James Donovan 





SECRETARY 
Mrs. Virginia Bramhall 




A.V. AID 
Mrs. Phyllis McDonough 




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LIBRARIAN ASSISTANT 
Mrs. Sandra Maccaferri 




A.V. AIDE 
Mrs. Edna Driscoll 




SCHOOL NURSE 
Mrs. Theresa Smith 



SCHOOL NURSE 
Mrs. A. Elizabeth Stephan 



SCHOOL NURSE 
Mrs. Virginia Davis 



HEALTH AIDE 
Mrs. Sandra Enos 



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MAINTENANCE 






227 



Tomorrow 



We've been together through the years past. 
We've shared the fears and the tears, 
along with the happiness and the smiles. 
We knew that together was the only way to be. 
As the pages of our lives turn, 
we must now travel a path of our own. 
No longer shall we depend upon each other. 
We must travel backwards to explain the why nots. 
And, we must travel ahead to understand the whys. 
We are about to start new lives. 
Leaving behind our childhood dreams, 
and to now conquer our adult beliefs. 
We are being set free to live the lives we choose. 
Behind we will leave the memories of days gone by 
Although we promise to never say good-bye. 
We know that someday that day shall arrive. 
Many dreams shall be broken, and 
many words shall never be spoken. 
To look back upon the years we have shared 
Remember the good as well as the bad. 
For these are the times of our lives. 
Yet if time prevails and the memories have faded, 
Worry not 
Better bf 

than to remember and be sad. 
^The journey in life travels on, 

iiles apart and 

sm to have slipped away. 

may meet again, 
If only we could start where we left off 



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Class Poem of 1981 












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Congratulations 

to 

the Class 

of 

1981 



May your drving always be as though 

your life depends on it ... 

as well as 

the lives that depend on you!!! 



STUDENT DRIVER 



iSAMOSET AUTO SCHOOL 



HlliiS 746-3059 



SAMOSET AUTO SCHOOL 



85 Samoset Street 
Plymouth 

Tel. 746-3059 



(Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Gomes) 



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CHARLES BEAN MUSIC COMPANY 

Wishes to Congratulate the Graduating Class of 

1981 



Quincy; Taunton; Worcester; 
Westerly, R.I.; St. Petersburg, Florida 




231 



Congratulations to the Class of 
1981 



BALBONI'S DRUG STORE 
INC. 



315 Court Street 



Plymouth 



Best Wishes to the Class of "81" 

JjUrUHi ^^Jtl Siof, 

LeBaron Alley 

Adjacent to Middle Street Parking Lot 

Fine Gifts, Crafts 

Sculpture, Glassware 

Scrimshaw, Carbone Italian 

Pottery, Brass, Unique Gifts 

Plymouth 746-8012 Massachusetts 




Best Wishes 



LUKE'S MARKET 



The Best in Foods 
and Liquors 



Manomet 



lUTUALfEDERALSAVINGS 



AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WHITMAN 



570 Washington St. 
Whitman, Mass. 02382 



Accessories 

Repairs (fn-rtv- 




Bicycle Rentals 
Parts 



LAKE CYCLE SHOP 

Lester Erickson 



Rte. 3-A Manomet, Mass. 



224-2300 




McDonald's 



nobody can do it like 
McDonald's cani 



Plymouth, MA 



143 Sa ma set St. 



232 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1981 



Restaurant and 
Pizza 



state Rd., Manomet 



EUNICE'S FARM 
STAND 

Fresh Fruit and Produce 

Open Year Round 
8:00 to 9:00 

7 Days a Week 



Insurance Brokers 



D. J. Butler Agency 



28 Samoset Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

746-5844 



Student and Young 

Professional 
Insurance Programs 



CAL-COL 

LOBSTER 

POUND, INC 



THE LOB6TER^, 
POUND-BT ^ 





P.O. Box 955 



Manomet, MA 02345 



233 



"Come to Our Courts and Be the Judge" 
Plymouth's Year Round Racquetball Facility 







• 12 Playing Courts 

• Saunas/Whirlpool 

• Lounge 

• Solarium Tanning Machiner 

• Day Care Center 



Phone: 747-1980 
Long Pond Road/Rt. 3 Exit 5 



• Workout Room 

• Game Room 

• Reasonable Membership 

and Court Fees 

• Diet Programs 





224-7344 



lis _ 

DESIGNERS 

RTE 3ASTATE RD MANOMET MA 02345 



(617) 224-6584 
Master Lie. #8563 

McKAY PLUMBING & 
HEATING 

Retail Plumbing — Supplies and Fixtures 

State Rd. 
Manomet, Mass. 



234 



'Let Us Keep You in 
Good Spirits" 



LORING'S JEWELERS 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1981 



H. A. BRADFORD & SONS, 
INC. 

230 Sandwich Street 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360 

Phone 746-1298 



SMITH'S INC, 



Plymouth, Mass. 



CONWAY COUNTRY 



CoSiway 




Plymouth Office, Rt. 44 
746-7500 



TOABE'S PLYMOUTH 
HARDWARE 

1 Main Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-9400 

CONGRATULATIONS 



Photography of Distinction by . . . 

Bridal Albums .» » w^^..^^ 

Children 

Portraiture 

Natural Color 

Picture Framing 



746-2487 

259 Standish Ave., No. Plymouth 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 81 



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GOOD LUCK! 



ProSports 



Plymouth Plaza 
Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



Complete Eyewear and 
Accessory Selection Contact Lens 
Fitting 




48 Court St. 
Plymouth, MA 
746-8880 



S C H A F F 

OPTICIANS. INC. 



Member of Opticians Association of America 
Contact Lens Society of America 



Compliments of 

PlOPPi'S PACKAGE 
STORE 

Plymouth Plaza 

183 Court Street 

Plymouth, MA 



Congratulations 
Class of 1981 



HOLMES GROCERY 

87 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 




Best Wishes 

PILGRIM KITCHENS 

HHowlandSt. 
Plymouth, Ma. 02360 

Shop 747-2520 








f; Fishermen's 
Dinners 
Restaurant 



and 




a Lounge 

At MAYFLOWER 
SEAFOODS 

Town Wharf, Plymouth, Mass. 
Phone: 746-1704 

Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1981 



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In every 
Industry 



there is 

9 ncime 

for Quality 




I" rip 

CRANBERRY PEOPLE 



OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES, INC., PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 



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Best Wishes 




LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS 
FAMILY STYLE ATMOSPHERE 

CHILDREN'S MENU 
HOURS U a.m. TO II p.m. 



330 COURT ST., N. PLYMOUTH, 746-3444 



Two REAL Hardware Stores 
to Serve You. 

PLYMOUTH SUPPLY COMPANY 

& 

MANOMET HARDWARE COMPANY 



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Would You 

Like a 

Passport 

to 
a Better 

Life? 



•NOW Accounts 
•Savings Accounts 
•6 Month and 2 72 Year 

Money Market Certificates 
•Home Improvement Loans 
•Mortgage Loans 
•IRA Accounts 
•Keogh Accounts 



Savings and Inan Associatiinn 






Member Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation LENDER 



Plymouth 
Manomet 



239 



240 





FIRST in SGRVIICe 

BGST in convieniencG 

PlvraS\itK 

Five Cervts Savirvgs Baoxk 

44 Main Street Park Avenue 72 Summer Street 

Plymouth Plymouth Kingston 

746-4600 746-4600 585-3871 

Duxbury Plaza Marshfield Plaza 

Duxbury Marshfield 

585-3871 585-3871 




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Congratulations to the 

Class of 1981 

From the Management and Employees 

KINGSTON OIL & GAS 
APPLIANCE AND TV CENTERS 

Kingston, Marshfield 
Hanover Mall Plaza 

KINGSTON OIL & GAS 

Kingston 

Plymouth 

Marshfield 

Hanson 

Wareham 

Propane Gas — Fuel Oil — Heating Divisions 

Dependable Fuel Deliveries 

and Burner Service 

To So. Shore Customers 

For Over 47 Years 



BE SURE — INSURE 




PLYMOUTH 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Mauro J. Canevazzi 

Public Accountant Notary Public 

Thomas W. Kuhn, Manager 

Tel. 746-0055 

56 Sandwich St., Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



Raymond F. Servaes — 746-7466 



dS^asflPML 



carpef and file 




Long Pond Rd., 



Plymouth, Mass. 



242 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1981 



PILGRIM MANOR 
NURSING HOME 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of '81 



CINEMA I AND II 



Standish Plaza 
Routes 3 and 44 



56 Main St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 
746-3730 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of '81 



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FLYMOUTM • M.OCKt.Al«l^^(i«ii. X8T*l9<9 

Modem Stores for Men, Women, and Boys" 

AND 
PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 



295 Union St. 

Rockland, Mass. 

295-1575 



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STANDISH 

CHEVROLET, 

INC. 



^CHEVROLET 



Samoset Street 
Plymouth 




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CVS 

Congratulates 
Class 

of 
"1981" 



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245 



Congratulations 






STEVENS THE 
FLORIST, INC. 

61 Main Street, Plymouth, Mass. 02360 
Telephones: 746-2600 746-2601 




With Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1981 



TOWN BROOK 

SERVICE 
STATION, INC. 

14 Water Street 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



;>?^1f ^I^Jv-V." -if^j^ 



Congratulations 



CAPE INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

74 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 02361 



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Congratulations 

to the 
CLASS OF '81 



JABEZ CORNER SERVICE 
STATION 



1 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth 



Good Luck 

to the 
Class of 1981 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-0-MAT 

One Park Ave. 
Plymouth 



Shiretown Glass Co. 

OUR REPUTATION IS YOUR ASSURANCE 



SPECIALIZING IN 



COLONIAL REPRODUCTIONS 



IN ALUMINUM A VINYL 

' CUSTOM iLuHn«!H rnyim^Kj OF "rfucst eaj-s 

CASINOS, OVERHANOS • OUTTERI MSTALLED 



CALL THE 

sioinc 




NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS 

1977 t. 78 NAIIONAl AWADD WINNE8 
1979GKAND NAIIONAf AWABD WINNER 



BIRD 



• tTom neon • doom 
' MUCH Eiiao$ui« 

' ESTMATES, NO OUOATKHI 
' FUIT HWKO 



fO« CAll 

Fill ESTIMATES 



746-1955 



m STANNSH AVL, PLYMOUTH 



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vol?) >S:^S4iJ 

Kingsbury Plaza Kingston, Mass. 

Rt. 53 & 3A 02364 



Compliments 
of 



CELLAR'S, INC. 



state Road 
Manomet 



Good Luck Graduates 

BARATTA'S PACKAGE 
STORE, INC. 

14 No. Park Avenue 
Plymouth 



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Best Wishes 

to the 

CLASS OF 1981 

Tel. 746-1915 



M&M SPORTING 
GOODS 

35 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



Peter H. MacCaferri 
Athletics 







Compliments 
of 



RADIOLOGY 

ASSOCIATES 

OF PLYMOUTH, INC 



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MICHAEL C. PINCELLI DMD 

72 Summer St. 
Plymouth, Matt. 

BEST OF LUCK TO 
THE CLASS OF '81 



PINE - MAPLt - CHEHHv AND UPHOLSTERtO FUHr-'TuHF 



the 



Comiitr:f 

A^^/l!M'>C pincshop inc. 



DAVID SULLIVAN 



P O Bo» 954 Long Pond Rd 

Plymouth MA 02360 

Tel (6l7i 74b l'99 



PLYMOUTH 



1620 




RESTAURANT 



1 58 Water St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 02360 




Congratulationt 
From 



S MOTEL 



Rt. 3A, Warren Ave. 

Plymouth, MA 02360 

The Harringtont 



*'^ OIL CO., INC. 



SERVICE VOU CAN TRUST 



Sears 



FUEL COMPANY 



Rt. 44 Samoset Street 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



Rt.44 
Samoset St. 



rTEXACO^ 



88 Sandwich St. 
Lincoln St. Station 



Fire Chief — Diesel Chief — Leadfree 
Regular Gasahol Leadfree 



250 



Congratulations to the Class of 
1981 

From 



BAILEY'S 
SPORTS & LEISURE 



Manomet Plaza Point Rd. 
Manomet, Mass. 

224-4897 




Pizza, Subs, 
Sandwiches, 
Syrian Pockets, 
Salads 



Open 7 Days Year Round 



Manomet Plaza, 
Point Raod 
Manomet 



224-3320 



INDIAN RIVER 
INN 



State Road 



Manomet 



224-3393 



tnt'L^ 



CUT-N-CURL 
BEAUTY SALON 



State Road 
Route 3A 
Manomet, MA 02345 



Phone: 224-3949 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of '81 

From the 

Officers and Members 

of 
PLYMOUTH MEMORIAL POST #1822 & 

AUXILIARY 



Commander 


George Pearson 




President 


Patsy Cassell 


Sr. Vice Cmdr. 


Sidney Arons 




Sr. Vice Pres 


». Shirley Reilly 


Jr. Vice Cmdr. 


John Curran 




Jr. Vice Pres 


Doris Glawson 


Quartermaster 


Robert Govoni 




Treasurer 


Janet Brown, P.P. 


Chaplain 


James Condon 




Chaplain 


Madeline O'Finelly 


Post Advocate 


George Brown, P.C. 




Conductress Suzanne Best 


Surgeon 


Lawrence Rooney 




Guard 


Helen E. Richmond 


Adjutant 


Robert Richmond, P.C 
Trustees 




Secretary 


Mary Benea, P.P. 
Trustees 




John Youngman, 


P.C. 




Margaret Smith, P.P. 




Jules Duclos, P.C 






Mary Duclos, P.P. 




Richard Thomas, 


P.C. 




Ellen Norton 



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1980-1981 



On 99.1 FM and 1390 AM 



The Strongest Signal in 

Southeastern 

l\/lassachusetts 



Congratulations 

to the Class of 

"81" 



From: 



Souza's Seafood 



Town Wharf 



746-7975 



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24 HR TOWING 

£ ROAD SERVICE 

CARS & TRUCKS 



/TAOfO D/SmrCHED 

- Ca£e 



746-9818 

IF NO ANS 746^300 

NITES 746-6745 



SDUZAS AMOCO SERVICE 




EXPEIT AUTOMOflLE t 
TIUCK ICrAIIING 



X)9 SANDWICH ST. 
ROUTE 3A 



PLYMOUTH 



ACTION PEOPLE LSE THE... 



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SHIRETOWN FORD 



Top Dealer on 
Samoset Street 



Sales • Rentals • Lease • Service 



Tel. (617) 746-8899 



1 Prince Street 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



Taylor 

RENTAL 



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PERRY'S MARKET 



Choice Meats — Groceries 
Choice Liquors — Wine — Beers 



200 Standish Ave. 
Plymouth, MA 



746-1129 



746-1125 



D. ROSSI & SONS 
INC. 



Wholesale Fruit and Produce 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Established 1932 



COHEN'S 

JEANS FOR GUYS 'N GALS 



Congratulations and 

the Best of Luck to the 

Class of 1981 



108 Sandwich St. 
Plymouth, MA 



746-0369 



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Congratulations 
From 

FRIENDLY'S 



15 Sandwich St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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01 23466788 10 11 12 

NORTH PLYMOUTH HARDWARE 

■'WHERE THE RULE IS VALUE AND FULL MEASURE" 



304 COURT STREET 



746-0120 PLYMOUTH, MASS, 02360 



Congratulations to the 
Class off 1981 



LARRY ROONEY 

PLUMBING AND 

HEATING CO. 



#7166 



746-6968 







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WOOD'S 




Fish — Lobster 



FISH MARKET AND GALLEY RESTAURANT 
on the Town Pier 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Douglas G. Torrance 
Telephone 746-0261 Owner 



\^»A0^^^^ \s Weddings 
^oY4^*^ Banquets 

r'^ Cocktail Parties 

Functions of All Types 

Tel. 746-1102 5 Savery Lane 

Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



258 



SHERMAN'S 
ETHAN ALLEN GALLERY 

We can help you have the home you want. 



310 Court St. 



746-1440 



Plymouth 



Main Street 
Carver 

nrv 



Manomet Plaza 
Manomet 



& AUTO PARTS 




866-4824 



293-2212 



224-6525 



Good Luck to Our 
Kids 

Andy Alorovandi 
Lisa Budge 
Beth Currier 




22 Main St. 



Plymouth, MA 



FACTORY SHOE 

and 

FAi\/IILY 

SPORTSWEAR 

OUTLET 



Congratulations 
Class of 1981 

BERNARD'S 



1 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



Cancellations • Surplus • 
IRREGULARS • Insurance Losses 



Cordage Park • 377 Court St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 

Phone: 746-5306 




259 



AEROSAPCE EDUCATION 



Congratulations 




Diane Harlow received her private pilot's 

license through the 

Aerospace Education Program 

under the direction of Mr. Willard Mondeau. 



260 



AEROSAPCE EDUCATION 



Congratulations 




Harry Skeffington received his private pilot's 

license through the 

Aerospace Education Program 

under the direction of Mr. Willard Mondeau. 



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PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS 



The Yearbook Staff would like to thank the following professional 
people who supported our efforts this year. 

Best Wishes for Success to the Class of '81 from: 

Clifford C. Agnew M.D. P.C. 

Dr. Steven Aveni 

Dr. I. Harry Keller 

Seymour Bluhm 

Dr. William W. Babson Jr. 

Philip Canevazzi 

John Blangiardo 

Dr. Peter T. Cressman 

Dr. Richard O. Elliot 

Dr. Marion E. Elliot 

Dr. James Gormley 

Dr. Dominic A. Zazzarino 

William C. Donahue 

John T. O'Neil 

Dr. W. David Melevsky 

Dr. J. Santelli 

Shea and Shea 

Dr. Edwin Hacker 

Dr. Edward M. Krensky 

Dr. Sameul K. Stewart 

Dr. James R. Swartz 

Also, a very special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. David Cappannari who 
have always supported the efforts of the students at Plymouth- 
Carver High School. We will sincerely miss Mr. Cappanari, but we 
will always appreciate his efforts on behalf of the Plymouth- 
Carver School system. 



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Andy Dietlin 

Good Luck Class of 81 

Best Wishes to the Class of 81 

Good Luck Class of 81 

Mrs. Florence Maguire 

Gar-Den Auto Body, Milton 

Churchhill's Towing 

Village Grocery Store, Rte. 3A 

The Blue Spruce Motel Rte. 3A 

In Memory of Beaver Auto Body 

Mrs. Bella Souza 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schiano 

Mr. and Mrs. Dana Short 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Whitton 

Congratulations from Kathy Wood! 

Good Luck Class of 81 

Go for it! 

In Memory of J. T. Correia 

Your Niece, Leanne 

To Auntie Anne from T.J. 

Love and Kisses Auntie Erma, 

Uncle Jim, and Fluffy 
Congratulations Auntie Anne 

from Kristen 
Terry Doherty 
It's been great partying with 

you Lisa! 
Coke is a joke . . . 
D. Drew & Sons 

Good luck in the years to come! 
Jack and Sue Mahoney 
Eddie Murphy 
Carole Rooney 
Lee Reggiani 
Rosemary DeFelice 
Richard Bryant 
Peter Golden 
Peter Jesse 
Anna DeFelice 
Mario DeFelice 
Harriet DeFelice 
Dominic DeFelice 
Violet DeFelice 
Michael DeFelice 
Florence Jackson 
Carol Hanson 
Jeff Viella 

Good Luck, Terry, Chris, and Cheryl 
Dina Santusosso 
William Dickson 
Russ Delaney 
Lisa DeGregorio 

Best of Luck, Lee, Carol and Paul 
Paula Wittenburg 
Glenn Fletcher 
Larry, Moe, and Curly 
Jimmy Carter 



Ken Rockland 

Christine Strong 

Alice Jones 

Pamela Jeanne Smith 

Mildred J. Smith 

Beth Krueger 

Matthew Smith 

Bob Purtell 

Linda Ham 

Jeffrey Smith 

Karen and Bob Thomas 

Sandy and Jimmy Lynch 

Gracie and Skip Smith 

Linda and Neil Smith 

Cape-Bound 

Gary Smith 

Scott Smith 

Helen and Jerry Brouillard 

Richard Ferris 

Donna Ellsworth 

Rickey Smith 

Brian Pelletier 

Leslie Nicholas 

Peter Forman 

Sarah Archer 

Duncan and Carole Weaver 

Clother Clinic, Kingston 

Joan and Alex Perez 

Mike Burnett 

Phyllis A. Herries 

Bob, Ginny, and Steven Huntley 

Mr. and Mrs. William Kannaly 

Kevin and Karen Lally 

Flora A. Lopes 

Edwin C. Lopes 

Donald A. Lopes 

Dorothy M. Lopes 

Andrew W. Lopes Sr. 

Andrew Lopes Jr. 

Helen Mahon 

The Mahon Family 

Donna Mahoney 

McRae Enterprises 

Peter McRae's Vechi Karate 

Connie Melahoures 

Timothy Mercer 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Molea 

Good Luck Class of 81 — Mary 

Mowrey 
Peter V. Murphy 
Magaret and Warren Ottino 
Missy Perry 
Kiki Perry 
George Quinn 
Mrs. George Haigh 
Linda Sauer 
William Clark 
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Axon 



Ronald Malaquias 

Chris — Class of 87 

S.L. 79 — Pc 81 

Mary L. White 

F.B. 

Billy Hunt and Roger Silva 

Class of 81 — Well Done!!! 

Scott Repatrazone 

Mr. and Mrs. Weston Whiting 

Mr. T. Banville 

Mr. and Mrs. David Strassel 

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford 

David B. Valente 

Nancy MacDuffee 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Graceffa 

Karen E. Morrissey 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ledo 

William and Maureen Annable 

Peter Gill 

Bob and Ginny Davis 

Elain Borgatti 

Tina Casali 

Denise Fleming 

Mrs. Faulkner 

Laurie Aresta 

Amy Carlin 

Phyllis Fleming 

Sean McRae 

BOO BOO 

Tishy 

Barbara Riedel 

Celia Borgatti 

Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Butterfield 

Suzanne Chamney 

Mrs. Robert Olson 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Armone 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mello 

Ruth and Warren Davis 

Chris Farrell and Jack Atwood 

Mrs. Francis Ortolani 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Franks 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wells 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Beal 

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Beal 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Babson 

Mr. and Mrs. James Wood 

Helen H. Gilbert 

Alan Marquand 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jenkins 

Frank and Angus Dunlap 

Vincent and Mary Baietti 

John and Margaret Russell 

Richard and Virginia Bramhall 

Congratulations! 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Chase 

Janice Butterfield 

Josepj Brown 

Edwin Brown 



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Sammy — Let's go to Hyannis! Mo 

Louis 

E. E. Cusimano and Sons 

"GRAPES" 

Honest for real Chris! Sammy 

Raeanne Fiedler 

John Christopher Robert Redmond 

Tracy T. Cuibertson 

Cheers to your Black and Red 

Mercedes! R.C. 
James Dykeman 
John and Andrea Bizzozero 
Mo we made it — Sam 
BA-Ha-Ha 
Good Luck Chris 
Kurt Dietiin 
Michelene Nohier 
Josephine Dietiin 
Love and Luck Chris 
Good Luck Ten, Love Bi 
Wait for me "Babe" B.C. 
Good luck to the brain surgeon, 

Love Davy Dear 
Judy Leighton 
Jean Maguire 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maguire Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Minelli 
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton MacDonald 
Barry, Carol, Lynn, and Paul 

Baurfaldi 
Mrs. Roa Rosa Marinella 
Good Luck '81 — K.M. 
Joe Costa 
Barbara Maini 
Joe Sears 
Richard Chandler 
Jan Secondo 
Charles Moniz 
V Bea Brigida 
Daniel Maccaferri 
John Doe 
Louis Fugazzi 
Norman Locact 
Brad Bartlett 
Ruth E. Snow 
Bob Dixkson 
Cheri Volta 
Bert Rogers 
Edgar A. Fraley 
Bill Adams 
Jane W. Quintal 
Bob Vecchi 
Joe Suckier 
Maureen Schneider 
Judy Rabbitt 
Sharon Maini 
B*A*S*H 
Lucy DeLongshamps 



Mr. and Mrs. Mario Costa 

Judy and Bill Schneider 

Harold and Cheryle Volta 

Andy Costa 

Gary Villano 

Manual Cabral 

Linda Cabral 

Jon Secando 

Bob Vecchi 

Buzz Torrey 

Susan Erskine 

Smokey 

Bea and Guy 

John 

Katherine 

Mike Pimental 

Lu-Ann 

Jo Ann 

Alan Maini 

Bob Spencer 

Lynnie 

Crazy Jim 

Lynn 

Richard 

Lawrence H. Johnson 

Michael D. Malaguti 

David V. Malaguti 11 

The Pearsons 

Lisa Morin 

David A. Morin 

Miriam Morin 

Edgar A. Braley 

The Stacy's 

Robin Duff 

Charles L. Smith Sr. 

Charles L. A. Smith Jr. 

Charles L. Smith III 

Charles L. Smith iV 

Edith Smith 

Pop and Evon Reggiani 

Jeff Pratt 

Hank McDermott 

Pamela Pechham 

Cheryl Wadsworth 

Good Luck L.S.D. 

Congratulations J.E.W. 

Class of '81 E.B. 

Pam Commeau 

Thomas Fernandes Jr. 

Anita L. Fernandes 

Richard A. Brown 

Nancy Fager 

Eino T. Laine 

D. C. Reader 

Sandy Forbes 

Eileen Freeman 



William R. Bastarche 

Mr. Brian Souza 

Mrs. Nancy Morse 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernardo 

Mr. and Mrs. Telio Giammarco 

Helene M. Regan 

Mike and Moe Regan 

Bob Regan 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Texeira 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Bagley 

Coni Nickas 

Stephanie Nickas 

Andrea and Tony Leon Guerrero 

Claire McGourthey 

Carolann Surovitz 

Joe Collins 

Rob Roger Snell 

Bruce Leslie 

Dale Wiinikainen 

Pat and Bob Anastasi 

Isabel and Don Cook 

Bill Askins 

Candi Martin 

Barbara and Steve Nickas 

Adri Rosa 

Kathy Pierce 

John Ingenito 

Dada Flynn 

The Ibarra Family 

Joanne Axon 

Paul Zanello 

Richard Knapp 

Dianne laria 

Colleen Costa 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cristafori 

Ralph Guaraldo 

Bernard P. Barrett 

Ellen Antoniotto 

Marisa Antoniotto 

Leo A. Morin Jr. 

Terri A. Sabet 

Dave Girando 

Richard A. Pearson 

Ella Wilde 

David D. Curtis Jr. 

William L. David Waitt Jr. 

Robin Tozzi 

Jean Hall 

Lorraine Correira 

Patricia Alcaro 

Silvia Macedo 

Lois Foley 

Carol Schneider 

Marianne Benson 

Debbie Panarelli 

Rosemary Fahye-Berliniame 

Madeline E. Pereira 

Winifred Pillsbury 



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Jeanette O'Connell 

Good Luck Beth-Don, Doug and 

Brenda 

Mrs. Edward Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lord 

Michael Kelly 

Michael and Christine 

Robert EW E. Holton 

Mary E. Henry 

Michael O'Connor 

Doris Roncarati 

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers 

Russell and Coleen Terry 

Dennis and Eileen Aresta 

Mr. and Mrs. Hector E. Patenaude 

Dr. and Mrs. W. David Melevsky 

Scott and Nancy Stevens 

Alba C. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thorsen 

John Allen 

Annami Oosthuysen 

Betsy Flanders 

Janice Casy 

Celest Nolan 

Eileen Maguire 

Diana L. Nielsen 

Debbie Thissell 

Ruth Palmer 

Roscoe 

Romano Trucking Inc. 

E. L. Romano 

Christine A. Noore 

Marie Hirvimohi 

Meredith Parkhurst 

Robyn Chandler 

Candy Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. John Maurer 

Mark O. Simpson 

Donna Burbank 

Todd Monska 

Roger C. Sturtevant 

Sara Barnes 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Redding 

Ann E. Ferazzi 

Jeanne D. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bittelman 

Mr. and Mrs. Michele A. Brigida 

Sisaltina Oliveira 

Lee and Eddie Mello 

Rev. John R. Hanlon 

Rev. Francis A. O'Hara 

Angela Oistefano 

Almarie Fortini 

Bob and Priscilla Fuchs 

Gloria Longhi 



Mrs. S. Rinney 


Kathy Sylvia i 




"Fabulous" Faye 


Ethal Creasy 




Bradford Martin 


Ted and Priscilla Jesse 




K. Martin 


Eric Jesse 




Maurice F. Worth 


Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Fiedler 




Mr. and Mrs. Alton A. Zamboni 


Mr. and Mrs. G. Richard Power 




Nick and Helen Filla 


Nancy Harlow 




Natalie McManus and Jill 


Robert Stuart 




Believe in the Lord Jesus 


Mary Cox 




Christ and you will be saved. 


Mrs. Rebecca Palmisano 




"X" 


Julius H. Firmin 




To a Good Friend 


Gertrude Firmin 




Mary L. Corthell 


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dickout 




Richard J. Corthell Sr. 


Rev. and Mrs. Robert Merrett 


M-1 


Janine Lawrence 


Jack Bryden 


^H^" 


Cherylann Lawrence 


Gene Bowden 




Richard Lawrence 


Web Reynolds 


^B. .' 


David Lawrence 


Ken Harrison 




Vince Sczublewski 


Nat Young 




Doug Libro 


Eva LeBarnes 


■ ■ 


Carolyn Colligan 


Janet LeBarnes 


■ ' 


Hayden "Good Kid" Sanford 


Kris Harju 




Adri Rosa 


Howard Gunnison 




Dale Harrington 


Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seaver 


Hf; 


Carrie Lawrence 


Mrs. Jean Miller 


■:^ 


Jerome R. Santos 


Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ward 


^B A 


Frank Brenner 


Joyce Ruprecht 




Susan McCarthy 


Sue Seaver 




Bryan Louzon 


Jean Moran 




Paul Parmenter 


Sue Boyden 




Sandy B. 


Susan Callahan 




Sally Smith 


Patti Pina 




Marilyn Gentile 


Julia Pina 




Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Perkins 


Janis Porter 




Mr. and Mrs. Brian Firmin 


Mr. and Mrs. Gino Roncaratti 




Jason LeBarnes 


Roger and Phyllis Sawyer 




Howard Gunnison 


Gertrude Silva 




Gene Bowden 


LuAnn Silva 




Peggy S. Pierre 


Tom Snarsky 




John Bryden 


Creamy 




Ruth Erickson 


AHMHTPIOS KANABAS HELLAS 




Beth Garnett 


Gerry and Pat 




Louis Whitlow 


Growth Unlimited Preschool 




Mary Ellen Yetman 


Ginny 




Missy Poor 


Sevenity Hill Kennels 




Mr. and Mrs. Peter Murphy 


Joy M. Boggs 




Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Firmin 


Steven A. Lovell 




Cindy Bryden 


Mr. and Mrs. John Bartolomeo 


H 


Danny Montanari 


Mr. and Mrs. L. Mallozzi 


|H 


Brian Murphy 


Paul J. Ellsworth 




Cheryl Tiernan 


Bill Hall 




Don Ferrara 


Mr. M. Coombs 


iH 


Sue Whitfield 


Ida Taylor 




Billie Fry 


Pete Taylor 




Marion Jesse 


Ann Mastrantuono 




Virginia Goughlin 


Mr. and Mrs. George Moulthrop — 




Stephanie Mitchell 


Congratulations Class of 18 


1^1 


Melissa Mitchell 


Eileen E. Shackford — Good Luck 





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Donna Walton 

David Williams 

Karen Laferriere 

Roy and Shirley Machian 

Luise Cuneo 

Bettemae MacLeod 

Marianne Teney 

Conale Ottino 

Lurene Coutts 

Jean Catton 

Lynne Rossetti 

Jessica Morse 

Melody Baker 

Dorrie Hill 

Carol Smith 

Karen Tuscher 

Jimmy Bourne 

Dianne Catton 

Michael Catton 

Kenny Catton 

Carolyn Harmon 

Richard Waterman 

Christine Andrade 

Christopher Brennan 

Kiera Creedon 

Elton John 

Mrs. Barbara Waithe 

Mrs. Leona Swartz 

Steven E. Borgatte 

Mr. Michael Stringer 

Mr. and Mrs. Wirtzburger 

Rose and Bob Borghesani 

Pauline Nelson 

Buddy and Betty Boudreau 

Ms. Betty Ardolino 

Mark McQuillan 

Iris E. Albertini 

Willard E. Mondeau 

Mr. and Mrs. James Driscoll 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Maccaferri 

Alba and Charlie Merada 

George Lewis and Aud. 

Rene Young 

Carole and Den Scagliarini 

Louise Veres 

Home Towne Gift Shop 

Ronald Malaquias 

Kenneth G. Taylor 

Hoover 

Wic 

Brian Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Fennessy 

Pat Govoni 

Ray Fager 

Ralph M. Corshia 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Toney 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burke 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynch 



Mr. and Mrs. K. Hagloff 

Rusty Lincoln 

L. W. Howard 

Jane Small 

Nancy's Aunt 

Mr. Michael Eddy Darsh 

Michael MacPherson 

Jimmy Santos 

Arthur Varao 

Mrs. Mary Fonaciari 

Priscilla D. Paine 

Stephen Paine 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harlow 

Mr. Leonard Harlow Jr. 

The Gump S.L. 73 

In Memory of Robert Souza 

P.C. over S.L. any dayl 

Danny Reynolds 

Miss Mary Ellen Scanlon 

Carol Ann Souza 

Mr. and Mrs. GIne Black 

In Memory of Elizabeth Harlow 

Mr.X 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Souza 

Mamie Souza 

Rose Silva 

P.C. Band is #A 

Good Luck in the future, 

Seniors! 
Mr. Smith 

Richard R. O'Keefe Jr. 
Mrs. Sandra Fenrick 
Mario A. Crociati 
Carol Paone 
DeAnna Dunn 
Mouse O'Donnell 
Paul Aveni 
David Fenrick 
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton 
Margaret Souza 
Eugene Souza 
David Freeman 
Ralph Freeman 
Teresa Freeman 
Ellen Biagi 
Peg Walsh 
John O. Myatt 
James E. Thayer 
Joan Christiano 
Evelyn Biagi 
Dorothy Raucatose 
Kathy Souza 
Addrea Keating 
Sandra Enos 
Betty Stephen 
Bill Stephen 

John and Jeffery Freyermuth 
John J. Siever 



Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Azevedo 

Harold Rogers 

Patricia L. Cosgrove 

Patricia Vecchi 

Melissa Smith 

Linda Bernard 

Eileen Rights 

Jim Ryan "It's a good life." 

Carol and Sam Fry 

James M. Donovan 

Tom Rogers 

Patricia E. Comiskey 

"MUDD" 

Beverly and Steve Tavares 

Len and Ann Crane 

Frederic and Louise Fortin 

Frank and Ann Gardner 

Bob and Pat Almeida 

Roger and Phyllis Sawyer 

Pete and Joan Barry 

Jack and Linda Corcoran 

Jane Clough Busi 

Bobert and Beverly Viella 

Sue, Bob and John Bastoni 

Homer and Arlene Cadorette 

The Big Lady 

Strethc Worm, and Conehead 

Patch, Crash and Smash 

Don't Even Believe It 

Virginia Beach 

In Memory of "The Bus" 

Class of 81, /^1 

Terry Tucker 

Rita Andrewzuski 

Leo Andrewzuski 

Michael Tucker 

Helen Andrewzuski 

John — Good Luck 

Carol A. Smith 

Warren H. Smith Jr. 

Charlotte R. Balboni 

Ed Smith 

Warren H. Smith Sr. 

Doug Murphy 

Lenore Muir 

Rachel Medes 

Rose Anderson 

Deanne Woodward 

Richard Nunes 

Earl Chamberlain 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnes 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reggiani 

Liz Viall 

Alan Jacobsen 

Kathy Turner 

Peggy Arena 

Clair Barafaldi 

Debbie Uiera 



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Nancy Wyner 

Mr. and Mrs. David Leach 

Mr. and Mrs. David Hagan 

Jeanette Pierson — 

Congratulations 

Mr. and Mrs. Turner 

Eugene F. Rooney 

Lorraine Rooney 

John B. Heath Jr. 

Shirley Heath 

Terri and Paul Falconer 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silva 

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Martin 

Joanne E. Langill 

Janine Langill 

Bud and Lillian Brenner 

Christine Brenner 

Tim Aiello 

John Scagliarini 

Ed and Mary Kennedy 

Ginny Jesse 

Evelyn Chamberlain 

Den and Faye Santos 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Word 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Doherty 

Sandy Peck 

Steven Rooney 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson 

Carth Blake 

Daniel Heath 

Karen Bryer 

Diane Bryer 

Dennise Ferro 

Jerry and Bella Romano 

Daryl Diegoli 

Patti Lewis 

Stoogerama, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Correa 

Barbra Bobblis 

Rude, Crude and always in 

the mood! 
The Dacey House 
The Big Lady 
The Godfather 
Mrs. Swill 
Swill 

From the 1st Graduating Class 
Hollis Center, Maine Fire Chief 
Gram Costa 
Raymond Santos 
Aye Za-Zeus 
Dad 

Dean Carlson 
Jean Zappala 
Carol Mazalewski 
Frank Reed 
Dena Sanasuosso 
Paul Collins 



Robert Collins 

Rose Willdig 

Molly Brown 

Mike A. Brown 

Katie B. Brown 

Margaret Mary Brown 

Lisa M. Brown 

Richard M. Pimental 

Jim Delisle 

Barbie Crayton 

Sandra Lawrence 

Ann Marie Diggins 

Bob Commeau 

Claire Commeau 

Mrs. Verne Halunen 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hathaway 

Bessie A. Dries 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shiff 

Suzanne Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. George Picard 

Barkey 

V We've made it D.J.W. 

Bill Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laine Sr. 

Bob Commeau Jr. 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Harrington 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Harrington 

A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hitchcock 

A Friend 

K.M.C. 

A Carverite 

S.M.B. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Leeman 

Debi Minear 

Louise Duggan 

Liz Acanland 

Arthur Duggan 

Erin Duggan 

Coleen Duggan 

Paddy Duggan 

"Fred" 

"Freckles" 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Aimone 

Randy DeCosta 

Debbie Allegrini 

Ted Golombek 

Lucy Golombek 

"George" 

Colette Cipullo 

Karin Roscow 

Patty Cavicchi 

Maureen Melville 

Sharon Govone 

Mr. and Mrs. O. Paul Williams 

Paul W.Williams Jr. 

Bette Pimental Brown 

Ellen Brown 



Alice B. Viera 

Cheryl E. Johnson 

Doris Peavy 

Pamela L. Randall 

Howie and Mary Wood and Family 

Rick and Sue Anderson 

Jody Beth Anderson 

Barry and Dena Pinto 

Steve Williamson 

Pauline Williamson 

Darlene and George Wood and 

Family 

Denny and Louise Fratus and 

Family 

Wendy and Danny Lansing 

Steve Anderson 

Karen Coffee 

Anita Wood 

Andy Dietlin 

Good Luck Class of "81" 

Best Wishes to the Class of "81" 

Good Luck Class of "81" 

Linda Schneider 

Joe Duggan 

Cindy Pierce 

THE YEARBOOK EDITORS AND 

STAFF 

Michaelene DeOui 

Steve and Patty 

Frank Collins 

Matther Duggan 

"The Cats" 

The Newbys 

William Burke 

Jenai Minear 

"May you always see what your 

life is worth" 
Bud and Marge Minear 
Greg Adams 
Jane Pederzani 
Kathy Costa 
Jody Beth Anderson 
Barry and Dena Pinto 
Robert Texeira 
Jon R. Cavicchi 
Ricky Abbott 

Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman 
Esmeralda Reed 
"Cholls" 
WHBGF 
Everybody's gone surfin' in 

the U.S.A. 
I'm a California Man 
Danny Ryan 
Florida here we come!! 
H.I.F.B.G.I.B.N. 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Savlen 
Christine Mahon 
The L. H. Club 
Elaine Rock 
Good Bye P.C. 



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George and Nancy Butters 

Randy Rezendes 

Wheezy 

Marie Doench 

Joe Gallitano 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Carey 

Linda Lima 

John F. Youngman 

Liz and Ronnie 

"Wincy" Class of 70 

Robert Reilly 

Hildegarde L. White 

Lillian Arons 

Mary Ducilos 

George Brown 

Margret Smith 

Susie Donahue 

Ralph 

Richard Smith 

Dennis Coch 

Tony Baptista — Florida 

Annette Torrey — Oklahoma 

Eugene L. Cook 

Carl Adams 

Blondie Smith 

Bob and Denise 

John Mangiaratti 

John Trovato 

Chris Pylant 

Mr. and Mrs. Al Closuit 

Mary Closuit 

Aleta B. Closuit 

Robin Rezendes 

Bill Russell III 

Carl Biancucci 

Anthony Bonanno 

Nestor Bittelman 

William and Joyce Eddie 

Mark Frazio 

Loraine Cook 

Abbit the Rabbit 

Larry Johnson 

Michael J. Norton 

Rita Goyard 

Rita Fayward 

Diana Chiden 

Ray Wordell 

John Riey 

Ken Champier 

Joe and Peg Walsh 

Laddie O'Donnel 

Luann Silva 

Robert Texeira 

Norman Amado 

Gertrude Silva 

Laura Almeida 

Mrs. Alma Amado 

Rita Barber 



Mr. and Mrs. John Brennan 

Class of '81 is Number 1! 

Lynda Cryer 

Edward and Veronica DeJesus 

Danielle DeJesus 

Mary DeJesus 

Mrs. Eckerd 

Good Luck — Gail Farrar 

Linda Fernandes 

Silvino Fernandes 

Cynthia Fernandes 

Frank and Ann Gardner 

Liz Tassinari 

Joan Tassinari 

Love from Mrs. T. 

Mr.T. 

Rich Baker 

Mrs. Ada Tassinari 

Mrs. Rose Vandini 

Thomas Reagan 

Chuckle Vandini 

Uncle Charlie 

Auntie Kathy 

Joyce Tassinari 

Bob Zammarchi 

Leslie, Donna and Ram 

Auntie Muffy 

Mrs. Marzelli 

Pratty 

Freck (Apple Lover) 

Tim and Joe 

Wally (tt's) 

Wendy and Dave 

Harvey 

Coleen R. Sullivan 

Eileen P. Beauleu 

Margi and Tom 

Ed Clark 

Francis L. Tohen Jr. 

Claud and Julia Gillespie 

Jane Ireland 

Christine Knapp 

Jennifer Grady 

Ruthann Levesque 

Christine Sommers 

Nancy Gardella 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Tucker Sr. 

Phyllis Trabish 

Mary Andrewzuski 

Peggy Tucker — Best of Luck 

Nicole Tucker 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Tucker Jr. 

Lynette Smith 

It's gone to Hell without 

Miss Zergebel! 
Duty Now for the Future — 

Chris Fusco 
Trini 



Christine Thompson 

Patricia S. Morse 

Nestor Bittelman 

Ruth Griswold 

Bernice Haigh 

Vincent Cohee 

Amedia Parkhurst 

Carol and Dennis Rasazzini 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Keefe Sr. 

Pearl and Robert Marinella 

Mary O'Keefe 

Renato Pedrini 

Manny Valente 

Bill Mitchell 

Richard and Barbara Osborne 

Cynthia O'Keefe 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Chandler 

George H. Brown Jr. 

Janet Brown 

Patsy Cassell 

Sid Arons 

Lillian Arons 

Robert J. Reilly 

Shirley Reilly 

Jules Duclos 

Mary Duclos 

Millie E. Cook 

Virginia Bradley 

James Condon 

John Youngman 

Mary Josselyn 

Winky Lapworth 

Ellen Lapworth 

Burt Nelson 

Harold J. Volta 

Sally Wolfson 

Robert Collins 

George Smith 

Margaret Smith 

Bill Lammers 

Boawentura Motta 

Bob Commeau 

Claire Commeau 

Mrs. Verne Halunen 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Hathaway 

Bessie A. Dries 

Fred M. Dries 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shift 

Suzanne Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. George Picard 

Steve Ruemaker 

Al Gurney 

Fred Richardson 

Sandy Bryden 

Bob Clavin 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Furtado 

Gayle S. David — Best of Luck 

Bob David — Good Luck in the 

Future 



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Steve Verre 

Kathie Barbiereo 

Lem E. Woe 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Verre 

Sam Urscarielle 

Maureen Gray 

Allen A. Molin 

Linda Crowell 

Ruth Caldera 

Ann Radwan 

Rusty 

Francis R. Verre 

Jay and Paul Connolly 

John and Ann Murphy 

Joanne and Nate Romotsky 

Anne Fraccalossi 

A Hardworked Yearbook Editor 

Good Luck Nancy and Carrie 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F. Huban Jr. 

and Family 
Tony Schneider 
Marty Joyce 
Punky Finley 

Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Henry 
Joan Weinman 
Margo S. Reardon 
S. Louis A. Dickey 
Mrs. Joan Newell 
Mrs. Mary Koroblis 
Charlie and Shirley Bean 
Chuc and Jeanne Bean 
Tim Aiello 
Lil Arons 
Sid Arons 
Rich Baker 
Gorth Blake 
Sue Boyden 
Gene Bowden 
Virginia Bradley 
Bud and Lilliam Brenner 
Christine Brenner 
Janet Brown 
Jack Bryden 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burke 
Patsy Cassell 
Evelyn Chamberlain 
Uncle Charlie 
Robert Collins 
Jim Condon 
Lee Condon 
Millie E. Cook 
Mary Cox 
Dave 

Mr. and Mrs. John Doherty 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dickout 
Julie Duclos 
Mary Duclos 
Elaine, Nancy and Carrie 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Roberts 

Cindy and Peter 

David R. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pitkanen 

Thanks for Being Good Friends 

Elaine and Call 
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Rising 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Graumnitz 
Jeff Conlon 
Mrs. Betty Wagner 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carroll 
Cathy Frizzell 

U.S. Postal Service Manomet 
Janet and Buzzy Lopresti 
Jim and Peggy Caprio 
Paul Coffin 
Joe and Ann Brady 
Don and Nina Armstrong 
Inga M. Cadman 
Fran and Len Sore 
Paula Curran 
Mrs. E. Friske Mabbett 
James D. Carpenter 
Mrs. Lorraine Bonanno 
Jean Fellows 
Ruth Harvender 
Melinda and Lloyd White 
Rita and Dick 
Ben Hutch 
David Smith 
Gargiulo Family 
Robin Smith 
Carolyn Smith 
Mrs. Leonardi 
Steve Gargiulo 
Lynn Wright 
Laura Sewall 
Lillian Wright 
Candace Wright 
George Wright 
Rose Wright 
Laurel Wickens 
Joe Keller 
Robin Thomas 
Cheryl Pearson 
Erik Peterson 
Steve Ruas 
David Moran 
Steve Amaral 
Cheryl Bonito 
Lucille Bonito 
Michael Bonito 
Gloria Andrews 
Jeff Wright 
Melissa Kinyon 
Patty Heanue 
Jeanie Heanue 
Jeannine Parker 



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Debbie Callahan 

Rocky 

David Flaherty "69" 

Miss Sara Brock 

Mr. Nagle and Family 

Michael Ezersky 

Lynda Ezersky 

The Best of Mikkleboro Middleboro 

John Undrews 

Arthur T. Grant 

Sue Basteri 

Carol Habeeb 

Sally E. Ceurrels 

Scott Donaldson 

Brian Lynch 

Jacqui Ackers 

Frankie Gomes 

Raymond Silva 

Laura Ceurrels 

Susan MacKenzi 

Nancy and Rob 

Mrs. Donna Evans 

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Christopher Bean 
Timothy Brady 
Ronald Enos 
Carol Firmin 
Lori Godfrey 
Jennifer Jose 
Christine Mahon 
James Paduch 
Nancy Roberts 
Debra Santheson 
Thomas Snarsky 
Marybeth Uva 



Nestor Bittleman 
Laura Corcoran 
Robin Fernandes 
David Flaherty 
Jennifer Grady 
Bruce McVarish 
Laura McGrath 
Scott Risney 
Elaine Rock 
Christopher Sgarzi 
Richard Tassinari 
Beth Vender 



Elaine Borgatti 
Christine Dietlin 
Teresa Fernandes 
Beth Furtado 
Sherrie Hughes 
Jean Maguire 
Elizabeth Newell 
Kristina Peterson-Styblo 
Adriano Rosa 
Lee Smith 
Lori Tavares 
Barbara Zacchini 



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Elaine Rock and Tony Bonanno who helped get ads for me 



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Man can will nothing unless he has 
first understood that he must count 
on no one but himself; that he is 
alone, abandoned on earth in the 
midst of his infinite responsbilities, 
without help, with no other aim than 
the one he sets for himself . . , 

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To laugh often and much; to win respect of intelligent 
people and the affection of children; to earn the apprecia- 
tion of honest critics; and endure the betrayal of false 
friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to 
leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a 
garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know even 
one life has breathed easier because you have lived; this is to 
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We, the editors and directors of the 1981 Pilgrim production, "A Double Feature," owe deep thanks to many special people; 

Ms. Patricia Morgan who, as first-year yearbook advisor, proved to be a great help and was able to handle things when every- 
thing started going crazy. 

Studio I for all the encouragement and assistance they gave us. These wonderful people did everything to ensure that we got 
the perfect picture. 

Kelly Ballo, our student photographer. Kelly worked many long hours so that this yearbook could present unique ideas, like the 
job and fashion sections. 

Our yearbook staff who did everything from typing to mannequin-hunting. 

All of the other editors, Carole, Lauren, Al, Lori, Paula, Robin, and Sheryl for their hard work. 

Carrie Torrance whose artistic talents gave the yearbook something special. 

Nancy Roberts for her successful managing of yearbook funds and for keeping us out of the red. 

Mrs. Donna Evans whose experience and advice proved invaluable in this group effort. 

Finally a very warm thanks to all those who have purchased tickets to "A Double Feature." We hope the show was memorable! 

Kim Griffin 
Elaine Rock 






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